Made of solid Italian walnut and created in a collaboration with design consultancy makethatstudio, the Atlante panelling can be used as simple cladding or to conceal appliances and integrated storage.
The panels are available in the form of pocket and pull-out doors, fitted with shelves and concealed grips to create a seamless linear wood finish uninterrupted by handles.
Atlante panelling can also be continued from the kitchen to the living room to create a sense of continuity throughout the interior.
The panels can be paired with other upper units available from the brand or ordered at full height, which opens up the option of pairing the system with L'Ottocento's Archetipo island to create a cohesive kitchen design.
The island features a sintered stone Lapitec countertop, distinctive cylindrical bases and includes the option of an Alpi wood finish designed by Memphis Group founder Ettore Sottsass. The island can also be extended to a snack bench.
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