We’ve all seen the movie “Face Off” starring John Travolta and Nicolas Cage, where the hero and villain exchange faces so that the bad guy becomes the good guy and vice versa. A face can tell you a great many things, at times even the nature of certain person. Kitchens producers follow very much the same philosophy, where the way a kitchen looks always tells you the quality of the kitchen you’re buying. With Composit Kitchens, external appearances are always an extension of what their products’ inner nature is. Good quality both inside and out. In the coming series of kitchens, you’ll find more than just innovative kitchens sets, but keys to producing more
Working under its main banner “kitchens of life”, Composit Kitchens sought to use its innovative philosophy of product development as well as its extensive experience in research to launch several of its kitchen sets which in essence really represent the “life” within every home.
The first of these ingenious creations is the Free Model by Piergiorgio Cazzaniga, which offers a number of innovative solutions such as entirely suspended base units and columns. Part of what is established in the kitchen is a symbolic relationship “fire and water” through the use of various visual elements at place in the scenery, subsequently being reinforced by the contrasting empty (void) and solid spaces. Designers as well also studied with precision the effect of light the relationship it creates in the context of the space.
Along with that, Cazzaniga being the master of the Touch Model as well, also designed Maxima which quite literally lives up its name taking an innovation to places where it has never gone before. In essence, Maxima seeks to challenge traditional schemes of distributing space with both aesthetic and functional elements, in addition inventing new meanings to what kitchen design is all about.
"'Maxima project' is constantly fed by innovative proposals, which offer the chances to distribuite the spaces with rigour and functional character, seeking a sophisticated aesthetics: horizontal groove handle, which contrasts the verticalgroove, for smooth and continous fronts without protrusions; semicircular elements, which are drawn up each other, create islands and peninsulas with a big aesthetical impact; the vintage taste of curved end and corner elements, symbol of domestic tradition during the seventies, is revised in contemporary way; the raised breakfast table creates something more.”
The press statement from the company also says “Concepts without time, which after being introduced, have led maxima to be distinguished not only as a space where cooking but also as a place, in which it’s pleasant passing time.”
If you’re in the mood for a little spice yet not too much aggression for your kitchen design, Leone+Mazzari adds that edge to the field their ultimate formula, the Melogranic Classic Model. “A cultivated and not aggressive kitchen that recovers the concepts of identity and functionality, where form austerity is left to create rooms representing the consistent emanation of its inhabitants and not just trophies to be shown. It’s the revenge of personalization, decoration and combination of bold materials,” explains the press statement.
Emotions is what Delta Studio is mostly concerned with in their designing of the Mood Model which to say the least is an impeccably youthful combination of functional visual elements.
KITCHENS HAVE BECOME THE ULTIMATE MEDIUM THROUGH WHICH DESIGNERS CAN EXPERIMENT WITH TECHNIQUES IN BALANCING AESTHETICS AND FUNCTIONALITY.
“Mood is a kitchen thought for young people, with a very good quality/price relationship, that uses in a surprising way the expressive potentials of contrasting materials. It proposes a new door with one inclined edge, which allows the door opening by means of a recessed handle profile; a thin thickness for the countertops; an innovating colour palette with woodlook heat-treated l.p.laminate; some project novelties for the columns,” explains the press statement. Equally impressive yet was the Noisette Model by Roberto Lazzeroni.
As a company of its stature, Composit has two main objectives in all of its products which is to design and develop everything that it produces based on the needs and preferences of its target market, in addition to reassuring the customer of its safety standards through strict quality assurance policies.
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