BATHROOM & KITCHEN TODAY20 Jul 2019
Kitchen as a living area: more homeliness with the surface range STEEL and VERO display cabinets
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The unusual materials of STEEL make the range inimitable: in the manufacturing process, a special emulsion is added to dyed steel powder, then made to rust with the addition of acid, polished and lacquered matt. The result is a pitted structure that looks like clouded metal – something that is absolutely compelling here as a high-grade kitchen front with industrial charm. Available to date in the light, copper-like colour “corten”, the range is now being extended with the darker shade “ferro”.

As a high-grade design element and elegant storage space at the same time, the new, delicately tinted VERO display cabinets extend the design variety at LEICHT. With their anodised metal frame, they are a harmonious extension to the new surface colour STEEL ferro. Inside they can be lined with wood, melamine or concrete, or feature matt or high-gloss lacquer. Particularly the lacquer version provides a large colour range: all nuances from the LEICHT colour systems as well as the new exclusive range Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier, consisting of 15 colours developed by the modern age French/Swiss architect, can be applied individually.

When designing holistic living spaces, individual shelving can also be integrated into the kitchen alongside the two new elements. In various designs, the furniture sets both stylish and functional accents, for example with a genuine wood surface or in the same lacquer already used in other furniture. Flush-fitted discreet lighting, installed in glare-free positions, ensures a calm overall appearance. The light system enables a light/dark regulation as well as a variable setting for the colour temperatures.