VOGUE COLLECTION Metal 4.0
The essential use of vacuum
Binova proposes a new way of exploring the relationship between the kitchen and the other spaces of the house, in a continuous interweaving of functions, habits and daily needs. Spaces are no longer limited by structural elements, but become open spaces of passage, in which a real operational hierarchy no longer exists. A project that thus defines the spirit of an open house that is not afraid to offer informal perspectives, where the changing perception of space is a value and not an extravagance.The main element around which the whole environment revolves is the L-shaped column wall composed of modules of different depths joined to form a single line that connects the kitchen to the living room and uses the same elements, a "continuum" of contamination between forms and functions.Another strong feature of the columns are the openings that soften the impact of the wooden wall and at the same time allow the opening of the facades and the wonderful cones of light.The island with Vogue doors is characterised by vertical cuts that allow opening and by the oxidised lacquered finish, another innovative element is the fully cantilevered snack top that guarantees a comfortable convivial space.The living wall follows the same finishes as the kitchen and is characterised by an intersection of volumes that allow full and empty spaces with built-in folding compartments, while the sideboard is with Vogue doors and a thick stoneware top.
VOGUE COLLECTION Legno
The charm of what is hidden
A hymn to aesthetic purity, like a perfect solid, the 45° cuts at the ends of the island eliminate superfluous lines. The result is a synthesis of cleanliness and form, for an exclusive and elegant environment. Without forgetting the function of a kitchen, to be fully exploited in its entirety in a fluid and timeless space. In the centre of the room is a huge island, with matt lacquered doors cut at 30° in perfect harmony with the Limha worktop with 60° cut-out, the purity of the lines is interrupted by the monoblock sink resting on lowered bases, which allows a comfortable space for food preparation. Another breakthrough element in this infinite line is the snack bar, which is opposite the bookcase at the back. An island that serves as a connection point between two storage areas, one specifically for refrigeration and the other for cooking. The wall units are distinguished by the vertical Vogue handle, an element of strong character. The entire kitchen is made with the new 75 module, perfectly in tune with the needs of the contemporary world. The environment ends with a large living area at the back characterised by a glass wall next to a fireplace on the floor and a sideboard that follows the same finishes used in the kitchen.
Detail columns Vogue wood special rovere vesuvio with irregular slats with integrated handle lacquered matt. Monobloc sink in gres inside pietra piasentina grigio fiammato with stripes on the front.