In partnership with its Swiss dealer Decuspena, Ernestomeda will be exhibiting its models K-Lab and One-80, in a fresh reinterpretation.
Ernestomeda will be exhibiting at Swissbau, one of Europe's biggest architecture, interior design and design furnishing shows, to be held in Basel from 14 to 18 January 2020. Together with its dealer Decuspena, the brand will be present at Messe Basel, the city's exhibition centre, throughout the Swiss event.
At the show, Ernestomeda will be exhibiting two of its most successful projects: the K-Lab model, designed by Giuseppe Bavuso, and One80, the focus of a fresh interpretation.
K-Lab's key features are its elegance of form and carefully crafted details, with a dynamic, elegant style including a clever alternation of open and closed units.
Inspired by industrial workbenches, the model on show at the event comprises an island with Silt Zero Gloss matt lacquered doors and Nexus handles, Dual satined steel and Matt Honed Calacatta Oro marble worktop, and K-System modules, with some elements in Platinum finish Metallix aluminium and others in wood, in Nordic Oak finish.
In the One80 model, an aesthetic of elegant severity combines with a variety of functional and operating solutions. This makes the kitchen contemporary, through the use of material-effect solutions with varying degrees of tactility. Subtle contrasts of colours and shapes make this kitchen warm and welcoming, with a blend of good taste and refinement.
The new version of the collection, the focus of a fresh reinterpretation, will actually be presented at Swissbau, and will feature base units in Etna Grey Fenix NTM - with worktop, handle grooves and plinth in the same finish - and wall units in the same material but in a new shade: Commodore Green. The model also comprises tall units in Wood+, a new addition to the Ernestomeda selection of materials, in the original Bark Oak finish. This same finish features on the new Wood Set table, which completes the composition.
Ernestomeda @ Swissbau 2020
Basil, 14 - 18 January
Hall 2.1 - stand B52