Key facts

Product:
Frame
Family:
Frame
Manufacturer:
Snaidero >
Designer:
Massimo Iosa Ghini >
Architonic ID:
1255400
Country:
Italy
Launched:
2014
Manufacturer groups :
Kitchen systems-Fitted kitchens >
Groups:
Kitchen systems-Fitted kitchens >

Product description

MODERN KITCHEN, MIX OF STYLES

A modern kitchen design that also includes industrial and classical influences, in an interesting mix of styles. With its play of materials, plus full and open volumes, Frame can fit easily into any environment, be it a modern setting, a more traditional home, or a casual loft-like space with vintage decor.

Concept

Discretion and elegance, warmth and personality: Frame, the new Massimo Iosa Ghini project for Snaidero, is a refined expression of the classic-inspired domestic image with industrial chic hints, playing with materials, volumes, filled and empty parts, industrial evocations and highly sought-after aesthetic suggestions.

CONTEMPORARY CLASSIC
The design of the kitchen combines full and empty spaces: the steel self-supporting structure functionally and aesthetically characterises the product, appearing in some specific points in the wall units, base units, cupboards and the island.

TIMELESS DESIGN
The steel self-supporting structure functionally and aesthetically characterises the product, appearing in some specific points in the wall units, base units, cupboards and the island. The exclusive geometric design of the metallic frame and doors reveals the intention of making the cabinets and parts as light as possible while minimising the use of raw materials. With this vision in mind, the doors are handle-free to ensure a perfect blend of style and functionality.

THE OPERATIVE SPACE
The metallic frame structure that hosts the extractor hood is the focus point of the kitchen. It is available in the 180 cm and 120 cm and 90 cm versions and can be wall mounted or placed over the island. The stainless steel modular elements and their shelves were designed and developed to have as low an environmental impact as possible, using simple welding and brushing processes, leaving the elements ‘‘nude’’, with no final coating.