BRING THE WARMTH OF WOOD TO THE KITCHEN
Designer Daniele Lago - 2015Find more
The natural wood conceals a sophisticated technological core and lends the kitchen warmth and a feeling of hospitality. Refined with craftsman care, Wildwood oak, a fine, heat-treated, resistant wood measuring 4 mm thick, can be used for counters, doors and snack bars.
The technological construction of the doors paired with the brushed aluminium joint ensure solid functionality. The purity and authenticity of the oak and its grain are uninterrupted thanks to the patented Flapp opening mechanism, which has an imperceptible design that leaves the surface clean and essential.
Made from heat-treated oak with special finishing processes, the 1 cm thick Wildwood top guarantees resistance to use and impermeability to liquids.
The textured 8 cm thick top is suitable for peninsulas and work surfaces: the finish in Wildwood oak adds warmth to the environment while guaranteeing maximum resistance thanks to the heat treatment.
The secret behind the 36e8 Wildwood kitchen doors lies in their structure: a lightweight aluminium frame supporting the door provides incredible strength and makes it much more resistant to impact and pressure.
An almost invisible sign, the magic of modern craftsmanship: a subtle rectangle drawn on the door conceals the patented Flapp handle which, with a simple touch pushes inwards and facilitates the opening of base units and tall units.
The modular cabinets of the 36e8 Weightless kitchen integrate the hood and the dish drainer, descending from the ceiling like stalactites. The mounting system is extremely safe, allowing innovative solutions ideal for kitchens with islands and peninsulas to come to life.
Thanks to the modularity 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.
MMF-2015 solutions for designing galley kitchens infinitely multiply the possibilities for customisation: modules, depths and finishes can be combined to tailor your galley kitchen around your needs.
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.