The front of this collection is characterised by a titanium-coated aluminium frame with the possibility of making its interior panel in six different materials: laminate, HPL, Fenix NTM, wood, glass or Laminam ceramic. We discover a space of great dimensions where the glass columns delimit a large and structured kitchen. Opaque white glass front, snack bar top, wall units and columns in Rovere Ebano wood veneer.
The French manufacturer presents a kitchen that has been redesigned down to the last detail. The use of compact 12 mm panels for the worktop and facades makes the lines more discreet. On the functional side, the grip by the edge of the facades attracts attention. The sink bowl under the top and the flush plate on the top are also advantages of this new concept, as is the folding credence, which is available in wood and metal finish. Once the meal is prepared, the credenza is lowered to hide all the elements and make the kitchen look like a living room piece of furniture.
The result of a collaboration between Cuisines Morel and Marion Brun, a young French designer, the "Industrial Design" collection is characterized by its authenticity and great modularity. Composed of several dozen metal elements complementary to the manufacturer's range, this collection has been designed to allow maximum combinations and perfect alignments with all the furniture in the Morel Kitchens nomenclature. First welded and then ground for an even rougher appearance, these metal elements are then covered with a matt varnish to preserve the natural appearance of the metal and provide protection against corrosion. To strengthen the industrial side, the brand has also developed a series of complementary accessories: bottle holders, glass holders, credence shelves, bases, handles and a series of glass hoods made of reinforced glass.