KITCHENS BINOVA SCAVA
The carved fronts with thickness are made all the more important by the worktop with a drip-catching edge. The handle has been designed as removal of matter, being incorporated drawn into the door depth. The columns are in brushed steel and the island is in Rovere Silver oak wood. The worktop is in Fokos Piombo laminam.
Showing what the others hide means leaving room to imagination. A multidirectional research that constantly changes its target, following a smooth top and climbing along a bronze line from floor to ceiling: looking for the original reflection in glass and grain. There we find the soul of wood, eternally transforming from material state into pure energy: a condition of conceptual materiality that embraces and allows the complete exploration of a space made for living and interaction.
It is a matter of communication between different materials, blending their features and their nature to obtain a new substance with stronger peculiarities: they step forward and reach the point where metal looks warm, wood becomes rigorous and stoneware becomes delicate.It is an orderly rebellion to strict architectural standards.
Surprise can come out even from something you already know well. In basic elements you can find some very personal and specific details: Scava’s door grooves are the surprising result of the removal of its known material from the top side.
Devotion for breath, for pauses and for tale. An empty space is not just room to be filled, but becomes a showcase to be admired in every detail: a tribute to the perfection of Nature and to the skill that can reproduce the elegance of a honeycomb in serigraphy. Scava is pure movement. This kitchen expresses the solidity of the stoneware countertop and the energy and warmth of wood, the heat-treated Millerighe Oak used for the 25 millimetre doors. The look springs up to the floating shelves and their bronzed supporting poles that reflect in the printed showcases and in their bronzed aluminium Reflex frame.