It is a model with the restrained style typical of functional kitchens: the plain, almost bare lines of the doors and horizontal surfaces form units with simple forms, interrupted only by the handle.
Apart from its simple, square doors, its key features include shelves and, the basis for attractive alternations of solid blocks and open sections. Tall and wall units of different heights and shaped peninsulas provide for compositions that fit cleverly into spaces, almost as if tailor-made units. The range of lacquered and melamine finishes focuses on white, the key colour in minimalist design. However, shelves and units with a touch of colour and Wood Melamine finishes belie the kitchen’s severity and allow scope for imagination and originality.
The result is a well-structured modular kitchen with an impressive overall impact: the genuine Scavolini look.
A kitchen corner in an open-space room that includes a multi-purpose living area. For people who still choose to dedicate time and space to cooking, even though their kitchen and living area share the same room.
Urban Minimal is a strikingly attractive solution. The lack of handles makes the base and wall units less obviously “kitcheny” in style and enables the units and larders to dialogue more closely with the living area, creating a greater stylistic unity. What’s more, the handle groove is a feature that fits perfectly into the current trend towards a simpler furnishing style.
Colony is a model vaguely romantic in taste. This is reflected above all in the doors, with a slight frame merging into the central panel designed in a slender trim. The slightly arched handles provide a firm grip and also recall the kitchens of days gone by, such as country kitchens.
With Colony, the Scavolini Easy line opens out to allow a little nostalgia for a number of traditional stylistic features such as the framed door. But here, the framed door is simplified, with no rounding or ornamentation, to meet the taste of young consumers or fit more effectively into a home in the country, where closeness to nature combines with a preference for more modem styles. The assortment of finishes and colours also underlines a preference for this design language, firmly rooted in the present in spite of its glances back towards the past.
The Family model is all this and more, having been designed for those who enjoy design without forgetting about the sense of familiarity in kitchen furniture.