An icon of Euromobil, the Telero kitchen – as the name suggests – takes its cue from the Venetian teleri (canvases) of the 1500s. The main characteristic of this bestseller is represented by the doors with aluminium frames on which to attach panels of glass or porcelain stoneware, generating an elegant monochrome and mono-material effect. Today the company presents Telero in new finishes and sizes to complete the range. The updates have to do with the facings, including the use of Dekor, a collection of glass panels, each with nine variants, standing out for their special decorative design. The Image open base cabinets are also a novelty, like the sliding parts with which to add dynamism to the model: Ambrogio and Motus.
The first is a cabinet above the top with motorized closure and backlighting, which rises from the counter, making it possible to eliminate the doors along with the space they occupy when open. The second, placed behind the counter against the wall, functions as a support for various objects, and slides to offer access to all utensils, keeping them close at hand. When required, Motus can be placed behind Ambrogio, for a kitchen where everything remains in order. “With Telero,” the designer Roberto Gobbo explains, “the kitchen becomes a stage where the sets change to respond to circumstances: from the phase of food preparation, where everything has to be within reach, to its conclusion, when with rapid movements everything returns fluidly to its original position.”
[tomorrow, June 10 at 6pm, on Interni Magazine's facebook page, Matteo Thun e Antonio Rodriguez in conversation with Roberto Gobbo of Euromobil in the brand's new Milan showroom: to watch live click here]