The industrial style is characterised by the materials used in the construction of the first industrial plants. In these spaces, the structures included steel beams, exposed iron staircases, doors on prominent hinges, parabolic light fittings, grated walls, metal shelving, copper piping, brass fittings and solid wood containers.
The materiality of these components has a particular charm, capable of conveying the visual and tactile sensations typical of 'poor' yet functional materials, transformed into furnishing elements.
Steel for the structures of the accessories, aged wood for the panels and aged metal for the handles: these are the characteristic elements that give the kitchen inspired by this style a particular connotation.
And it is precisely this modern reinterpretation of the industrial style that allows the furniture to evoke the emotion of a bygone era in which oak is the undisputed protagonist.