Stilo, stelo, stile, estilo, these are the similarities that create the image of this portfolio. The meaning of these terms refer to thin lines and a soft and refined esthetic sense. The Stilo line was born as a tribute to elegance and lightness. Handles of this line ennoble and sophisticate the furnishing, as if the product would be dressing a jewel. For kitchens, closets or bathrooms, the Stilo Line brings versatility and sophistication in four options of materials that coat the handles: leather, wood, metal or knurled. Doors can also be crafted in laminate, paint, leather or natural wood laminate, becoming a product unique and exclusive.
The Wave line provides clean, innovative and versatile shapes. Its linear handles, which feature unique design and are extremely ergonomic, can be used to compose the kitchen, closet or bathroom furniture in four different ways, horizontally or vertically, and also by opening two doors forming a unique cavity. The Wave line also features options in various finishes, colors and interior lighting.
A functional island where the combination of Wave line profiles brings a visual cleanness with a contemporary look. As a metal block, the 5mm solid stainless steel top with a shaped sink integrates with the cabinets that receive high concentration metallized paint. In contrast, a demolition wooden table brings the homey and comfortable aspect for meals.
A contemporary line, with straight lines and imperceptible handles embedded into the product. Finishes in exclusive colors, wood or laminate, besides the details and smart accessories, determine its functionality and personality.
With a more classical language, the Paris line has the purpose to work the trait, cushions, and details. The design is inspired by the kitchen-living concept, and features going back to the past. The aim is to provide comfort, bringing something of the classic style to the current scenario.
The cuisine of a country is part of the life of its community, the convergence of cultures and the demands of a society that also result in search for quality in all life aspects. Designing a kitchen means, therefore, to travel around the world through the preparation of the dishes, the social space forms, their rhythms and their colors. We chose the Italy, France, Mexico, Japan and, of course, the Brazil to explore different ways of living the kitchen through a traditional recipe of the country, introducing elements based on their preparation process.