A kitchen that becomes a real extension of the living room without giving up its functional aspect

A new way of conceiving the space dedicated to the kitchen: it is the Sign model, designed by Giuseppe Bavuso for Ernestomeda, which is characterized from the very first glance by the proposed new concept of open space.

Sign opens up to other domestic environments with elements of high formal and aesthetic value, becoming a real extension of the living area without renouncing its functional aspect.

Offering countless alternatives between finishes and materials, Sign manages to create elegant environments with a strong visual impact. From the most essential solutions, such as melamines and matt lacquers, to the most sophisticated ones, such as metallic glass, up to wood essences and stoneware.

Among the new finishes, the metal-effect lacquer Lucem, the Zero Gloss lacquer in Island gray, the range of metal-effect lacquers Mirror and the new Hi-melamine effect variants wood: Teide Oak, Namib Elm, Canyon Walnut, also available in the Canneté version, and Caucaso. There are also new features in the Stone+ range, which is enriched with numerous variants, including Mercury Brown, Sirio and Nevada Canneté, in addition to the range of marble and granite proposals, which includes Calacatta Oro marble Sift them.

The proposed composition is integrated with solutions that complete its potential, in both functional and aesthetic terms, such as the boiserie made up of the new Set panels, which can be equipped with Stay open shelves, designed to meet the surrounding environments, and the View wall units, which stand out for the transparency of the glass.

Among the new elements, there is also the Move-on Plus table, a peninsula characterized by a practical sliding top that reveals the underlying equipped tool compartment.