Housing the best spectrum of materials and elements, Alustil’s C-Class kitchen series is truly a state of the art kitchen suitable for all types of home interior.
8 September 2020
Text by Vanitha Pavapathi
The kitchen is no longer limited to utilitarian functions. In today’s modern world, especially in urban cities like Singapore, the kitchen has become a social space – part of the living space even. It’s imperative for it to look as good as it performs. The C-Class series from Alustil is built on this very premise.
Crafting quality kitchens since 1995, Alustil is known for its forward-thinking concepts and use of sustainable materials in its kitchen construction. Here are some of the reasons why we love its elegantly crafted C-Class kitchen series.
Unlike most kitchens that use wood and MDF in its construction, Alustil uses 100% solid extruded aluminium as the base for its cabinetry. Dubbed the Huracan carcase system, this patented base cabinet is strong, durable, non-toxic, recyclable, and resistant to rust, mildew and even termites, making it a truly sustainable material.
The C-Class series is truly a design that eschews traditional kitchen design yet accentuates the openness of the kitchen. Open and closed cabinetry allows for beautiful objects to be displayed and functional operations to be concealed respectively. Adding to that is its large island design that fosters interaction while creating a subtle divide with the main living space.
Compact panels are used for the door and side panels. They are not only incredibly resistant to wear and tear, but also resist fingerprints. This helps keep the surfaces looking polished and pristine without much care and maintenance. Dust build-up within the cabinet interior is also significantly reduced, thanks to its edgeless design.
The C-Class series kitchen comes in a variety of surface panel colours to suit any interior style and is powder-coated for a protective finish. What’s more, the panels are paired with ergonomic grooved handles that appear hidden for a sleek and clean finish, which complement any worktop surface, be it quartz or compact panel. An additional solid nyatoh wood top can also be added onto the worktop, creating an informal dining space or an extension of the worktop that takes up minimal space.
This top of the range kitchen by Alustil uses top-notch fittings for improved durability that can withstand everyday use. Blum drawer system and hinges are the preferred choices for greater usability and space maximisation.
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