The KUBE kitchen, which looks like a real cube, expresses at its best the concept of volume and proportion of shapes to which RiFRA has always shown a strong sensitivity.
Its high design is emphasized by the absence of handles and grooves; the opening of the drawers is standard thanks to a sophisticated push-pull mechanism that allows the opening with full extraction and soft closing.
On request, it is possible to electrify the drawers opening, thus providing the kitchen with important comforts.
The 30° top and the thin thickness of the doors contribute to streamlining the kitchen volume, which is therefore pure and uninterrupted.
The interiors are extremely spacious and are supplied as standard in the matt lacquered finish, but you can also customize them by choosing for example the wood finish, giving more luxury and sophistication to the kitchen.
The kitchen presented during the design week expresses class and elegance, emphasized by the choice of covering the doors with 6mm slabs of Natural Stone Calacatta Oro finish.
The material effect is inevitable, given by the new metal finish “mesh” with which we have chosen to cover the wall columns, a new finish that affects the shades of metal, made using a manual process that can give uniqueness to your kitchen.
Kitchens and Baths direct from Milano
The Nanjing Vertical Forest
Architects: Stefano Boeri Architetti @stefanoboeriarchitetti@stefano_boeri
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