ALPI Clads the New Archetipo Kitchen by L’Ottocento

interiorzine– Perfectly in line with the aesthetic refinement of the kitchen environment created by L’Ottocento, ALPI wood has been selected by the company to clad the surfaces of the Archetipo island, part of the new kitchen system developed in collaboration with makethatstudio. An innovative and elegant decorative element, the result of the study of materials and trends conducted by L’Ottocento, which has chosen wood as the main material of the structure for its natural appeal, design versatility and strength.

In particular, the designers have selected the iconic Designer Collection of ALPI designed by Ettore Sottsass in the Grey color to enhance the groove-grip doors and the contemporary design of the cabinet. The ALPI Sottsass woods stand out for their accentuated interpretation of the grain, emphasizing the brighter hues and drawing on the unusual juxtapositions of the designer’s language.

Once again, ALPI becomes a partner of excellence in the implementation of sophisticated design projects, thanks to avant-garde technologies combined with finely crafted details.

L’Ottocento, a manufacturer specialising in the creation of handcrafted kitchens, has designed a warm and elegant atmosphere for its 2020 lines, expressed through the use of natural materials such as walnut and Lapitec.

The new designs feature a kitchen island, a wood panelling system, a sideboard and new stools, and are a tribute to the Italian elegance which harmoniously combines classical elements and contemporary inspirations, with a drive toward the future through advanced technologies and new arrangement solutions. The configuration of the space is modern, defined by a central block equipped with a snack bar, a sink recessed in sintered stone and an induction hob which is invisible since it is installed underneath the top in Lapitec. Every single piece is designed to offer maximum performance preserving the formal, clean lines of the module, to give an elegant, monolithic effect.

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