Hi-Line first came on the scene in 2005, designed by Ferruccio Laviani. Evidence of a firm, decisive hand. Far from classic kitchen concepts, Hi-Line opened up numerous composition options. Not handles but grooves for opening and closing doors. A design project enhanced by exclusive finishes, prestigious materials and sophisticated colours. With Hi-Line 6, in 2012, there came changes: higher base units with increased capacity thanks to an extra internal shelf. A horizontal groove in extruded aluminium is devised to provide structural support for the worktop, ensuring retention of its planar form even with reduced thickness. The suspended shelving system is the technological core of the island: its light supporting structures are in extruded aluminium, making it possible to connect power cables to the extractor hood and LED lighting bar.