Haiku are very short (maximum three lines) and evocative Japanese poetic compositions, without a title, in which intimist reflections prevail. A haiku, in fact, does not describe a situation or event, but rather evokes the feelings arising from an image, through subjective interpretations. Haiku means 'opening stanza', a poem that is not poetry, an aphorism that is not an aphorism: a handful of words in which what is fundamental is the unspoken.
Simple and direct
Inspired by the simple, intense and direct expressiveness of Japanese poetry, Haiku, from which it takes its name, is the new Key Cucine model that puts the island at the centre: a unique element in its own right, with a strong personality, the centre of balance and functionality.
In the composition, the large top (4.72 m in length, 1.35 m in depth and 94 cm in height: variable measurements depending on the customisation of the project) stands out. Rounded lines, closed shapes: these are the main characteristics of the entire island, where each element contributes to expressing a concept of essentiality and maximum elegance.
Minimal and essential
Also for the new Key kitchen, what seems to count is the unspoken: clean, minimal doors, with a very thin handle that, in the central part of the island, emphasises the division between the doors themselves and the drawers above; finely worked joints to give an optical effect of continuity of the stone; top, with integrated sink, that creates a cantilevered counter, with increasing thickness and rounded contours.
New materials and elegant combinations complete the characterisation: Emotion Grey marble for the top and the counter; bronzed pewter doors with a metallic effect for the island; brushed black oak doors with pronounced veining, on the other hand, for the equipped columns framing the island.