Aspen is a collection with ecological soul. It is a modular kitchen with aluminium frame, 100% recyclable, with applied panels of the chosen finish, for example Fenix NTM®, hygienic, anti-fingerprint and soft to the touch.


Materia is to be seen, but even more to be touched. This collection of kitchens mixes natural with technical and innovative materials. The base cabinets feature fronts with 30° recessed edge. The side panels, mitred at 45° and jointed to the base cabinets, create the effect of a continuous surface, as if the piece were made of a single elegant block.


SoHo is a kitchen with an industrial style, inspired by factories transformed into apartments, filled with steel, wired glass, metal and metal-effect lacquer finishes. Domestic warmth is introduced by no less than five chestnut finishes and attentive details. They include a unique profile frame cabinet door that brings a soft touch, a projecting edge profile and countertop trays that bring movement to SoHo’s sedate qualities. Another of SoHo’s characteristic is its black metal bookshelf which make an ideal divider.


Style is a modern modular kitchen available in a broad range of finishes and colours, with no less than 4 cabinet front handle systems: a traditional groove, a flat groove, an applied handle and push-pull hardware. Style offers a truly eclectic design, characterised by a few extra details. They include structures in versatile aluminium for creating wall-mounted or suspended shelving and open cabinetry; a series of original open containers, partially concealed by adjacent cabinet fronts, ideal for creating unique compositions; a transformist and decorative groove handle that resembles a notched handle.


Vogue is a contemporary classical kitchen, with framed fronts in wood or lacquered MDF, featuring thin frames with handles or push-pull mechanisms. Vogue privileges rich materials, solid wood open shelving, refined consoles and credenzas. The contemporary version flaunts elegant and linear geometrics, enriched by planes of differing depths.

1909 – Shaker

The in-frame shaker is an enduring familiar look, that works well within a traditional or modern home. There are additional beading options for greater personalisation.

1909 – Slab

A slick and inviting look that would work in any setting. The simple form of the Slab door allows for flowing and elaborate layouts, even on a relatively modest footprint.

1909 – Ovolo

Ovolo, where intricate frame detailing meets a classic Shaker, offering an elegant twist on this timeless style.

Mornington Shaker

A timeless classic, Mornington Shaker is ready and waiting to be styled and made your own. An 87mm wide frame

Mornington Beaded

Mornington beaded cleverly explores the ornate detailing of a classic shaker style, through the addition of an elegant bead. 87mm wide frame.


Aldana features a 20mm slim solid ash frame with flat, veneered ash centre panel (no v-grooves). Grain visible.


The Farringdon is a painted one-piece door with a 75mm ‘frame’ without joints and a routered centre panel.


Set in a solid timber frame, Milton´s simple Shaker-inspired door has a classical in-frame design which lends streamlined sophistication to any contemporary or period kitchen.


Available as a timber door as well as painted. Broadoak epitomises the simple values and clean design lines of the Shaker movement. Its unfussy style and the natural appearance lends extra freedom to your design ideas. 106mm wide frame