Fenix NTM and Pilotis

An innovative material for a new kitchen concept

Fenix NTM and Pilotis

An innovative material for a new kitchen conceptFrom the meeting between the company and Artifex Fenix NTM, the new nanotechnology material Arpa Industriale, born Pilotis, a new concept of kitchen, designed by Dario Alessandro Gaudio and Stable. Artifex designer relies on the development of an easy-to-assemble kitchen that is able to meet the diverse needs of the hospitality industry. The planners kitchen inventing a flexible, able to change its size through a system of assembly / disassembly innovative and aesthetically versatile, thanks to the quick replacement of the panels and the personalization of services. Discover and experience Fenix NTM; nanotech material matt The actor proves ideal to interpret the needs and characteristics of their innovative design, both from a technical point of view-constructive and aesthetic. Stilts a fitted kitchen with aluminum structure made entirely of NTM Fenix: a project of high quality, tough and durable thanks to the use of cutting edge materials. Stilts kitchen is suspended both on the ground and allows for easy cleaning, while also improving the efficiency of energy underfloor heating. Rapid installation, adaptability dimensional, wide choice of functionality and configurations allow Pilotis to adapt to every need housing. Fenix NTM new innovative nanotechnological materials and intelligently designed by Arpa Industriale for interior design and designed to combine sophisticated aesthetic solutions with avant-garde technological performance. product thanks to the new generation of resins developed from careful research of ArpaLab. Its extremely opaque surface, characterized by a low reflection of light, anti fingerprint and pleasantly soft touch. Thank alluded to nanotechnology, Fenix NTM regenerates Since any micro-scratches can be repaired heat. He unalta activities to reduce the bacterial load that makes it a hygienic and easy to clean.


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