Ital­ian tech­nol­ogy brings deep tones into the kitchen, with­out all the as­so­ci­ated has­sles.

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At this year’s Mi­lan De­sign Week, deep, dark tones con­tin­ued to go from strength to strength, demon­strat­ing that this strik­ing look is here to stay.

While darker tones – es­pe­cially black – com­mand at­ten­tion, the down­side has al­ways been the sus­cep­ti­bil­ity to fin­ger­prints and scratches, es­pe­cially with chil­dren us­ing the kitchen.

For­tu­nately this is no longer an is­sue, thanks to Fenix – a new gen­er­a­tion of nano-tech­nol­ogy sur­faces, cre­ated by Arpa In­dus­tri­ale in Italy. Prov­ing to be the dar­ling of Mi­lan De­sign Week 2018, Fenix was seen on bench­tops and cab­i­netry in tones – in­clud­ing a deep black – in­spired by na­ture.

With low light re­flec­tiv­ity, the Fenix sur­face is ex­tremely matte and opaque, fin­ger­print-re­sis­tant and pleas­antly soft to touch. Su­per­fi­cial mi­cro-scratches can eas­ily be re­paired ther­mally, which means your kitchen will con­tinue to look great and you can use it with con­fi­dence. Fenix is now avail­able in New Zealand: talk to your de­signer or ar­chi­tect about us­ing this in­no­va­tive prod­uct in your kitchen. Evo­lu­tion of Sur­faces 0800 22 55 367 evo­lu­tionof­sur­

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