Kitchen in Quarteira
Handleless kitchen with island, “dirty white” lacquered matte and zebrawood melamine fronts.
Kitchen in open space that mix the “dirty white” lacquered matte fronts in columns and base units with the vertical veins of melamine fronts in wall units.
A project we made for a real estate development partner working with us for a long time and using the kitchen to be the heart of the home and help its flats to stand out from their competitors.
Open Space without vapours
The BORA Basic system puts together induction and extraction in just one piece. This way, the vapours are extracted downward and the kitchen (and living room) is free from smokes and smells from the cooking, making your kitchen even more cosy for you and your family share moments.
The combination between white and the wood pattern creates a sweet point: the zebrawood gives identity and life to the kitchen but the white in the units, worktop and splashback keeps open a wide range of options for decoration.
The absence of handles is a highlight in this kitchen. Instead of the old fashioned handles, the built-in handles make the kitchen more modern and smart.
To complete this design, we projected a push-to-open system for the wall units.