A circular design that returns the hearth to the centre of the kitchen
Designer Daniele Lago · 2016
Conviviality and empathy in the form of a circle. Air goes beyond the model of a kitchen with islands and peninsulas, integrating the burners into the top of a circular table and bringing the act of cooking back to the centre of domestic relations: an ideal solution for integrating the kitchen and living room. Suspended on Extrachiaro tempered glass legs and with an integrated induction hob, it can be combined with the 36e8 kitchen system. Differently sized tops, available in lacquered glass, Wildwood and XGlass, mean it can be used in any room.
Integrated cooking hobs
Circular hobs in black or white are perfectly integrated into the Air kitchen top, offering a unique, harmonious design solution. This single entity combines both functional technology and a softer sense of conviviality through the circular design.
In harmony with the living space
The introduction of a circle a pure and perfect form redefines the concept of an island kitchen, naturally integrating with the living room, thanks to a common theme.
The 36e8 kitchen and the Air circular top can be used to complement each other, creating an alternation of shapes and materials with new functions
Suspended on glass
Glass legs that are almost invisible are used to support the kitchen top, which seems to be suspended in thin air. The Extrachiaro tempered glass enhances the feeling of lightness.