Glass kitchens are bright and refined.

Glossy or opaque, glass is the undisputed protagonist of modern kitchens: aesthetic cleanliness, style, elegance, rigorous lines and functionality are the essential features.

The created design is minimalist, the compositions are bright due to the brilliance of the material and its ability to reflect light, elegant, shiny as precious stones or “mirror” in those with glossy finish.

The benefits of Glass Kitchens

From a functional point of view, glass doors on aluminum frame do not swell from moisture or heat that are always present in the kitchen, do not rust, and do not come off due to the morphological characteristics of the materials themselves.

In addition, the glass is immune to mold or insect attacks. Ecologically, the glass remains unchanged over time and guarantees high resistance to stains, limescale, moisture, and is hygienic and easy to clean.

Materials and finishes available for glass kitchens

The glass kitchens are without handles, the glass being mounted on a 100% recyclable aluminum frame, to increase the smooth and continuous surfaces as well as to increase the reflections and the game of light it creates.

  • The extruded aluminum frame is composed of four elements joined at 45 °, visible only when the door is open;
  • The structure is light and very solid, resistant to corrosion and allows the installation of single glass panels up to 2 meters high;
  • The anodized aluminum frame can be black or champagne.

Glass kitchens are durable and have a timeless fascination

The colors available for glass kitchens are the most varied, ranging from warm shades of gray to pearl gray, passing through the ageless white, arriving to most bright colours; in combination with metal or wood finishes come to life pleasant and refined contrasts.

Materials of high aesthetic and functional standard

We offer an extensive range of innovative materials for the construction of a modern kitchen.

Very important in the choice of material is the way the kitchen is used and to establish the point of convergence between the aesthetic and functional factors.