Hand-painted ceramic reinvents the modern kitchen
Designer Daniele Lago - 2015Find more
The Mediterranean tradition and innovation meet in the MadeTerraneo kitchen, transforming hand-painted ceramic squares into small decorative, functional and long-lasting works of art. The ceramic tile, a typical feature of Mediterranean culture, becomes the base module for kitchen counters and peninsulas, creating a pixel-like composition in irregular configurations, lending the space movement and colour.
The MadeTerraneo kitchen features all of the characteristics of MMF-2015’s design-driven kitchens: modular upper and lower cabinets, suspension on glass legs, customisation down to the centimetre.
In the kitchen, ceramic offers great functional advantages: it is extremely durable providing resistance to impact, scratches and temperature changes, as well as being hygienic and easy to clean.
Six colour moods that play with different shades are available to furnish the kitchen in a Mediterranean style: from whites to terracotta tones, from shades of green to blues, to a striking mix of colours.
The handmade tile decorations, protected with a high temperature enamel surface, can also cover the built-in sink with a steel support, creating an evocative continuity of the pattern.
As with other MMF-2015 kitchens, the MadeTerraneo also features legs in transparent glass that provide a strong contrast with the physicality of the top and of the peninsula, which seem to float on air.
Thanks to the modularlity of the 36e8 kitchen, you can create island models tailored down to the centimetre, resting on glass legs or suspended, that are perfectly suited to any interior design, whatever the size of the space.
The peninsula component can be a work surface or fitted out with storage: thanks to the modularity of the MMF-2015 kitchen’s upper and lower cabinets, you can create solutions tailored down to the centimetre optimising the space.