Conceived on the drawing board of Daniele Lago and his team, development of these new kitchens is based on the square 36e8 module. They are made with natural materials selected to last, like Wildwood oak and XGlass, and have been thought up for the creation of contemporary modular interiors.
Tailored to be person-centric, these new kitchen layouts are made to measure for those who use them and built to last in time. For this reason, LAGO has chosen to focus on technical details, optimising opening and sliding systems to make intensive use of the kitchen easier. From new sliding baskets, to the introduction of a range of technical base units for household appliances, via the Tech door with its aluminium edging that guarantees high resistance to knocks and vibration and Flapp handle, with its new unobtrusive line, designed thanks to LAGO technological development for a clean-cut minimal overall look. There are also new worktops: in Fenix, particularly suitable for use in the kitchen thanks to its hygienic and antistatic properties and available in 6 different colour options, in Laminglass, embellished with a highly resistant glass edge, and Fusion, which allows plenty of choice regarding contrasting volumes and materials.
The Kitchens collection comes in five new lines: 36e8 Metal XGlass, 36e8 Marble XGlass, 36e8 Wood XGlass, 36e8 Wildwood XGlass, and 36e8 Fenix. Customisable in materials and finishes, kitchens can be designed online, as well as the entire range of LAGO products thanks to the new online interior design consulting service which allows consumers to talk to LAGO interior designers and dealers from the comfort and safety of their own homes. All the designs can then be created in one of the LAGO stores in Italy and around the world, once the public health emergency is over.