A profile separating the doors that is also a handy solution for opening the units: this is the distinguishing element on Thea, shared by other models from the past that have successfully written the Arclinea story. Now, thanks to a series of details and project choices added by Antonio Citterio to the extreme practicality and aesthetic minimalism typical of handle-free kitchens, Thea enables the design of both Wet and Show kitchens. This well-defined concept is in line with the trend that sees the kitchen divided into two distinct yet complementary zones: the former with focus on work, the latter more for socialising and conceived for the living area. Perfectly integrated into the Collection as part of a single cohesive project, Thea’s links with the company’s history and philosophy are apparent even in its name, borrowed from the very first Arclinea kitchen in the sixties.
The service or Wet kitchen is a fully equipped workplace that is also a liveable space filled with enjoyable light and warmth. Its three-sided layout highlights spaces and equipment: central cooking area with 90 cm oven and double sink to the sides. Its horizontal aspect is accentuated, in the sharp contrast of the doors in white Fenix NTM®, by the Gola Profile in black anodised aluminium, the plinth in black PVD stainless steel and the steel Profile built into the accessorised back panel in matte veined quartz,Xthe 2 cm thick Waterfall worktop, with 1.2 cm thick external front edge.
The Urban internal accessories are an essential yet complete functional concept for base units, drawers and tall units, with frames and mechanisms in dark grey metal and baskets with aluminum edges, and base panel in melamine, again dark grey.
The wall of tall units in NTF black ash, vertical Gola Profile in black anodized aluminum, encloses the Wet kitchen and provides entry to the pantry area.
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