Maestrale M03 corner kitchen with a straight worktop, tall units and a long peninsula. The worktop is in 4 cm stone, the peninsula units and the wall panelling are boarded with an Ardesia finish while the tall units and the base units below the worktop are in old wood.
The doors and fronts of this Scandola Mobili kitchen are made of old wood salvaged from the beams of old barns and mountain huts. It is an unimitable, antique material full of knots, woodworm holes and grooves. Rustic wood with a history, like wood salvaged from old alpine stoves, comes back to life in an original atmosphere paired with the sturdy carcasses of the Maestrale collection and more modern, steel accents. The old wood panel is made by cross laminating three layers of wood leaving the old wood on the outside. The part that determines the furniture’s aesthetics is the outer layer of old wood which, in actual fact, vouches for this innovative, ecologically and technologically advanced product.
This kitchen consists in a large corner layout with a peninsula dividing the dining area from the kitchenette. The focus of the living room is the round, Maestrale table that is complemented by an old wood cupboard with an open compartment. The cupboards run along the wall to the corner and house a refrigerator, an oven and a freezer. The run of tall units is only interrupted by an open shelving unit from which the peninsula fitted with a hob and benefiting from a ceiling-hung cooker hood departs. The base units form a right angle with the wall cupboards and are surmounted by a stone top and a sink.