design Pietro Arosio
“There are no answers, only choices”. This statement made by Gibarian in the novel Solaris by Stanislaw Lem is the inspiration for the free-standing project designed by Pietro Arosio. In fact, Solaris is a kitchen with an uncommon layout, designed as the formal evolution of the living concept, for those in search of open, flexible spaces used for multiple functions.
Solaris is a free-standing Island in Corian® with a modern, tapered shape and fitted with stainless steel legs. We catch a glimpse of the profile of a sink on the white worktop with an impressive spray faucet and an upraised Corian® splash guard to protect the rest of the room from any sprays. Next to the sink, there is a glass-ceramic hob, perfectly flush with the worktop, composed of 4 cooking zones with differentiated power.
The under top framework is in stainless steel. The light switch and the electrical sockets for small appliances are housed on the front panels. The gas pipes, the water and drain pipes and the electrical wires are housed in a flexible, modular stainless steel structure.
The soft diffused light is provided from a lamp with Corian® finish, fitted with an opalescent glass screen and mounted on a tubular steel rod.
A drawer unit on four castors, fitted with drawer and basket is housed under the Corian® profile.
Solaris is available in the following dimensions: 2.70 m. – 3.00 m. – 3.30 m.