"Open" the Kitchen
Diseño y Estilo
A creative and versatile programme for your new house
An ideal and unrestricted kitchen that harmoniously combines the perfect functionality of working areas to the pleasures of entertaining and relaxing.
Open by Scavolini is a creative and versatile furnishing programme including a vast range of simple, elegant elements that also contains storage peninsulas and
islands, partitions, bookshelves and compositions specifically designed for living areas.
Tradition and innovation
Stylistic and functional qualities, technology, modernity and customisation for Open
A "room" that interacts with the living area on all levels. This composition with plain doors (the base and tall units are in Bole Oak, the wall and open units are Ivory gloss lacquered and the worktop is in Absolute Black Okite) is highly functional. The most eye-catching item is the counter/table that forms the third side of the gulf.
An attractive room that concentrates the equipment and functions of the kitchen as such in the cooking and washing counter and the range of cupboards with tall units. The range of wall cupboards with tall and larder units can feature open units and shelves at the ends, forming the ideal link between the kitchen and living area.
The staved doors of the base and wall units in the picture are in Corylus Oak. While those of the tall units are in Prestige White and the shelves and wall claddings are in Airforce Blue (the colour assortment is vast).
The island is an independent item within the Open programme, for placing anywhere it is required. Complete with hob, sink and suspended hood, it is the undisputed star of the new domestic stage and is designed to be a work-surface, a snack-top and a storage feature all in one (one side has pull-out baskets).
The solution displayed in the picture is characterized by framed doors, glass-fronted wall cabinets (with illuminated bottoms) and handles in old-fashioned style, reinterpreted for contemporary use; all formal characteristics of a more traditional kitchen.