Maminicuisine, the micro kitchen adapted to every need Maminicuisine, the micro kitchen adapted to every need
Design

Maminicuisine, the micro kitchen adapted to every need

Written by Redazione |

30 May 2017

Space is reduced but not functionality. In today's small and often temporary homes, offices and common areas flexible and space-saving furnishings, able to contain maximum comfort and efficiency in a small space are increasingly indispensable.

Maminicuisine was designed with this in mind. It is a micro kitchen that comes in two measurements, 120 cm and 180 cm, but capable of accompanying the user in all phases of meal preparation, food storage, cooking and dishwashing. 

To create maminicuisine, the HI-MACS solid surface proved to be of paramount importance. This thermoformed material is worked in a way that removes the visible joints. HI-MACS made it possible to create grooves and even insert the sink evenly, as if inserted in a single block of material, and without gaps that collect dirt or bacteria.

Resistant to scratches, bumps, stains and especially extremely hygienic, as it has no pores on its surface, HI-MACS is easy to clean and maintain, guaranteeing resistance, performing quality and great aesthetics.

Maminicuisine was created in the versions with white (Alpine White) or black (Cima) HI-MACS counter, and with walnut, oak, white lacquered and black lacquered vertical surfaces. The versatility of the material provides infinite possibilities of experimentation, starting with even the most sophisticated customer's needs.

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