- Lacquered: all colours in the RAL range or similar shades are available
- Wood: more than 20 different types of wood are available.
The luxury of lightness
Wood and glass are two materials widely used in minimal chic and contemporary styles. Using them well together, however, is not so obvious: the risk is to obtain trite combinations with serious aesthetics that have nothing fresh or modern about them.
Kikka sweeps away this danger, thanks to its unique design. It is in fact a door characterised by an 8 mm structural glass leaf, with a very minimal veneered wood planking edge, only 40x40 mm.
It is the first product of its kind to have such a thin wooden proﬁle, which allows it to be coordinated effectively with other doors and furniture elements in lacquered or wood ﬁnish.
Modern and refined, Kikka's design is studied to furnish with personality, avoiding any excess. The glass gives it brightness and a light appearance, while the wood reinforces the entire leaf, making it more resistant to impact and giving it a warmer appearance.
- Structural glass, 8 mm thick
- Perimeter structure in veneered blockboard wood
- Fir blockboard
- Poplar plywood
- Wooden border of only 40×40 mm