Contemporary Kitchen – Maxim, with frame doors and a choice of pastel finishes, is the latest proposal by Stosa Cucine for the contemporary segment, which introduces original new solutions for the kitchen. Maxim offers the possibility of creating even more individual compositions than ever, with new modules featuring open and closed units, large cabinets and islands that are perfectly suited to a modern lifestyle.
THE WAY OF LIFE
The Open End Pantry, the Steel Hood and the Delicate Use of Two Colours that Accentuates The Different Volumes of the Functional Base Unit Trace a Design that Reflects The Dynamism of the Younger Generations, Interpreting a New Vision of The Kitchen.
ERGONOMICS AND DESIGN
Combining Ergonomics and Design to Create a Contemporary Look was the Aim that Guided the Graphic Design of the Maxim Kitchen. Compact Volumes and Open Spaces Express the Determined and Bright Character of a Living Area Conceived to offer a Peaceful Haven at The end of the Working Day. Neutral Colours Inspired by the Warm Elements of Nature Suggest a Sustainable Quality of Life.
ALL IT TAKES IS A GESTURE
The Wall and the Base Cabinets can have a Variety of Opening Systems Depending on the Structural and Ergonomic Requirements of the Composition. The Maxim Kitchen is Designed Entirely in Consideration of the End User and Guarantees Perfect Ease of Movement and Excellent Use of Space.
A VARIETY OF SOLUTIONS
The Deep Drawer Under the Hob Area Hides the Accessorised Drawer Unit with Transparent Base. The Practical Solution of the Revolving Baskets Allows the Immediate Use of the Things Contained Inside, Fully Exploiting Their Depth.
Every Detail Expresses Young Design Focused on Functionality, Like the Utensil Rail Under The Wall Cabinet, with Led Lighting. Ergonomics Place the User of the Kitchen at the Centre of Everything, Prioritising Tactile, Visual and Olfactory Emotions.
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