This design is based on an elegant, very resistant material and a nanotechnological structure that is hygienic and anti-static.
Designer Daniele Lago - 2019Find more
Fenix is an elegant, very resistant material. With a deep, matt colour, this soft surface creates a pleasant tactile feel. It is highly resistant to scratches and abrasion with a nanotechnological structure that is hygienic and anti-static, thanks to its ability to reduce bacteria. The main characteristics of this innovative material are its safety, strength and unique performance.
A 4 mm layer of hardwood is slotted into the base units by hand to create a breakfast bar. The wood is heat treated to make it highly resistant to stains and scratches, and a protective finish is used to create a very practical surface.
The peninsulas and islands look like they are floating, suspended on strong Extrachiaro tempered glass supports which are ultra-resistant to knocks. They can support heavy loads that well exceed the weight of the kitchen units themselves.
The 36e8 wall units are finely lacquered on the inside too and joined at 45° with aluminium filigree. This visual and linear continuity merges the different spaces into one free-flowing living space.
In the kitchen, the square units give a lot of freedom to create your composition. The traditional rectangular volumes have been deconstructed, making the collection flexible and adaptable to your personality.
Thanks to the modularity of the 36e8 kitchen, you can create island models tailored down to the centimetre, resting on glass legs or suspended, that are perfectly suited to any interior, whatever the size of the space.
The peninsula component can be a work surface or fitted out with storage: thanks to the modularity of the LAGO kitchen’s upper and lower cabinets, you can create solutions tailored down to the centimetre optimising the space.