Cover Article: Monolith The kitchen Island

MONOLITH: THE KITCHEN ISLAND THAT LOOKS LIKE A SINGLE PIECE.

Islands, peninsulas, but not only, monolithic elements, built with ceramic materials, marble, stones, quartz, materials rich in meaning, noble and precious materials. Over time, the kitchen has undergone great transformations, especially on an aesthetic level, thanks to the new way of conceiving and creating living spaces, where the kitchen and the living area merge into important environments to create a single whole.

Processing technology: Folding.

Cutting technologies of the slabs, shall ensure that the folding technique  (is a process that is carried out on the panels to obtain boxes and structures with edges, from a single panel without edging) can also be adopted in the preparation of architectural solutions where the idea of ​​principle leads to the creation of real monoliths. This technique allows you to cut the slabs at 45 °, then unite them at 90 °, leaving the grain of the material unaltered, so as to form a single surface, as if it were a single block of stone.Cutting technologies of the slabs, shall ensure that the folding technique (from English “folding”, is a process that is carried out on the panels to obtain boxes and structures with edges, from a single panel without edging) can also be adopted in the preparation of architectural solutions where the idea of ​​principle leads to the creation of real monoliths. This technique allows you to cut the slabs at 45 °, then unite them at 90 °, leaving the grain of the material unaltered, so as to form a single surface, as if it were a single block of stone.

The importance of thicknesses.

An important thing that some large ceramic slabs producers have done has been to create different thicknesses, starting from slabs of 3 mm up to 20/25 mm, using the same material and surface design. With the small thicknesses and by using aluminium frames, anodized or painted according to the combinations, it was possible to create fronts of doors, drawers, baskets, with the same material used for the worktop and attached sides to descend; by combining these components to form an island or an equipped kitchen peninsula, we create a real functional monolith.

The monolith? Excellence in aesthetics.

Aesthetically it represents the best of the best that can be realized in a kitchen, using certain types of materials that must absolutely be worked carefully, selected and combined according to their surface design.

For this reason, in Masutti Marmi e Graniti, with the use of sophisticated machinery called machining centres, precision products are made, to form exclusive projects based on drawings, ready to fulfill the requests of the customers. A very important touch, the experience of noble and expert hands that create the final finishes, not to neglect any detail and provide maximum precision.

The result are extremely important, beautiful, functional and eternal monolith areas.

                                                  Aa Alessandro Antoniazzi

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