ÀTRIA is an Abimis kitchen created together with Studio Delineo and Massimo Rosati. It features a versatile, dynamic and contemporary architecture and is made entirely of stainless steel. The model is also 100% customizable, even in terms of colour.
In its compact and well-organized configuration, ÀTRIA integrates harmoniously and proportionately into the natural landscape that surrounds it, ensuring perfect functionality and easy operation. The module consists of a sink integrated into the structure, an induction hob, a back panel equipped with a shelf and a sort of band to contain the most delicate foods, and storage compartments.
Moreover, ÀTRIA is a concept with a green soul, created to fit into nature, respecting it, and ensuring people’s well-being. It is, in fact, made entirely of stainless steel AISI 304 (or 316 when installed in a maritime context or with a swimming pool), an antibacterial and biologically neutral material that does not release any substance on food.
It resists corrosion, shocks, humidity and high temperatures, is durable, 100% recyclable – thus limiting the waste of resources – and easy to clean, requiring very little detergent. Compared to other materials, steel requires less energy and heat to be produced, thus reducing the production of CO2 and the environmental impact. If declined in one of the colors on the RAL scale, Abimis only uses organic paints.