Written by Redazione |
21 November 2019
The Latin term Fabula does not only means a narrative, but also refers to the series of elements that make up the story: this is the reason why Fabula is the name chosen by the architect Ulisse Narcisi for the new Rastelli kitchen, which mixes different elements to tell a story of sharing, modernity and tradition.
By making protagonists of the space the people that live there, Fabula appears to be a set of different elements, proposed in different finishes that allows to create compositions always customizable.
Sophistication, in both aesthetic and rational terms, is the quality embodied in the project: through the different type of doors, with frame or completely smooth, stand out the MDF doors; these doors, after the long and complex processing, also involving manual stages, are characterized by a special “glossy” effect.
The result is almost an optical illusion, with “glossy white or aluminium metal effect lacquered” doors, combined with doors and tall units in different finishes: from oak, to ebony, lacquered white and so on.
Extremely functional elements and accessories enhance the rationality of the compositions with an essential design, even in the most classical versions of Fabula model: cabinets under hood with sliding doors in grès finish, hanging pot rack, Dama wall storage rack, cupboards and wall cabinets with smoked glass doors and frames in chrome-plated metal; everything to make the kitchen a beautiful and cozy place, where modernity and tradition can coexist.
A combination between memory, craftsmanship and innovation Made in Italy perfectly interpreted by the words of the famous designer Albert Hadley: in fact, according to him, decorating is not about making stage sets, it’s really about creating a quality of life.