36e8 Wildwood Kitchen
A modern wooden kitchen with a hi-tech core
Designer Daniele Lago · 2015
Majestic slabs of one-hundred-year-old Wildwood oak, worked by craftspeople to preserve the 3D grain, are what define the volumes in this warm, welcoming kitchen. Its wooden design offers a fabulous textured finish to create the overall look. A special heat-treatment process makes the wood highly resistant to wear and liquids, ensuring the kitchen lasts over time. Aluminium profiles and the hi-tech Flapp handle add to the prized oak finish (4 mm thick) and preserve the grain continuity. Innovative features testify to the product’s quality build.
Strong wood that stands the test of time
A special heat-treatment process makes the oak wood highly resistant to wear and liquids, ensuring the tops, doors and breakfast bars last over time.
Flapp, an innovative invisible handle
Thanks to the magic of modern craftsmanship, this handle leaves an almost invisible mark. A subtle rectangle drawn on the door conceals the patented Flapp handle which, with a simple touch, pushes inwards to open base units and tall units.
The secret behind the doors in the 36e8 Wildwood kitchen is the structure: a lightweight aluminium frame, highly resistant to knocks and stresses, to keep the kitchen looking good and make it last. The brushed steel finish and 45° join are evidence of its high quality and the attention to detail.
The Steel+ top provides a robust and hygienic surface. It is particularly attractive in the version with slats, where subtle incisions add rhythm and personality to the brushed top. The sink is built-in to create a practical and robust single steel unit.