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Thea, Layout 04
Arclinea >
Antonio Citterio >
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Kitchen systems-Island kitchens >
Kitchen systems-Fitted kitchens >
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Product description

A solution with work island (w 364 x d 140 x h 94 cm), 2 cm thick Waterfall worktop in polished veined quartz and 1.2 cm thick external front edge, central induction hob, built-in double sink, wooden chopping boards, door in grey Fenix NTM®. 60 cm deep Single Shelf with double 3000K LED light and integrated hood in black PVD stainless steel. Wall of tall units: door in hazelnut melamine, tall units with central ovens, fridge and freezer, accessorised storage, black-coated aluminium Gola Profile; plinths in black PVD stainless steel. Accessorised wall flanked by two glass display cabinets (w 90 x h 266 cm) featuring double doors with black anodised frame and Stopsol glass, interiors in graphite finish, glass shelves with graphite aluminium frame, and built-in 3000K LED light.

Product family


A profile separating the doors that is also a handy solution for opening the units: this is the distinguishing element on Thea, shared by other models from the past that have successfully written the Arclinea story. Now, thanks to a series of details and project choices added by Antonio Citterio to the extreme practicality and aesthetic minimalism typical of handle-free kitchens, Thea enables the design of both Wet and Show kitchens. This well-defined concept is in line with the trend that sees the kitchen divided into two distinct yet complementary zones: the former with focus on work, the latter more for socialising and conceived for the living area. Perfectly integrated into the Collection as part of a single cohesive project, Thea’s links with the company’s history and philosophy are apparent even in its name, borrowed from the very first Arclinea kitchen in the sixties.

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Brand story

Emma Moore


Italian kitchen brand Arclinea’s new Thea concept points kitchen architecture in an innovative new direction while still allowing harmonious integration with its existing systems.