Italian company Ernestomeda presented its new kitchen designed by Giuseppe Bavuso at recently closed Eurocucina show in Milan. K-Lab adopts an informal, dynamic stylistic language and is conceptually intended for a young target.
It is inspired by the large workbenches found in industrial contexts and includes a skilful alternation of solid forms and open units. The key features of this new kitchen model include the framed door, used on the base units of the various compositions, with inset handle.
Another characteristic of K-Lab is its use of modular open-fronted systems, which appear in various applications, starting from the K-SYSTEM open-fronted base unit, the structure of which can contain pull-out fittings – drawers and shelves – or fixed components such as the solid wood bottom shelf or the tubular steel footrest. Fixed or pull-out peninsulas can be connected to the structure. The same system is used in the tall unit – able to take built-in ovens – the wall unit and the ceiling K-SYSTEM with island hood, fitted with handy glass shelves. These items are also equipped with LED LINE lighting.
The frame of the new K-TABLE is made from the same elements as the K-System Open-Fronted Base Unit and can be personalised in the new metallix finishes or the new metal-look lacquered colours. The version on display at the show has a top in solid Deluxe vintage oak, but the table is available in all the Ernestomeda worktop materials.
The Dual cooking/washing monobloc includes a hob with front controls. The sink is in the same material as the worktop, while different types of built-in installation are possible for the hob.
Another K-Lab feature is the accessory rail, also available in combination with the shelf system, which can be fitted with racks for glasses, spices and knives. The layout is completed by the Show glass-fronted cabinets, in wall-mounted and floor-standing versions.
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