The New Elle In The Spot­light

Sim­ple, con­tem­po­rary, ele­gant and dis­tin­guished by pre­cious details and bold lines, in­tro­duc­ing N_elle

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Bold lines cre­at­ing strict yet dra­matic com­po­si­tions, fine fin­ishes with so­phis­ti­cated and ele­gant details, 45º pro­files on the doors, work­tops and frames: these char­ac­ter­is­tics have al­ways de­fined Elle as a kitchen sys­tem with a strong per­son­al­ity dic­tated by clean and sim­ple vol­umes.

To­day, Ce­sar has up­dated this his­toric model to meet new aes­thetic and func­tional de­mands, while pre­serv­ing its hall­mark con­tem­po­rary looks. First, the door has been slimmed down from 2.5 cm to 2.2 cm, this makes it both more func­tional and lightweight, also from an aes­thetic view­point. The mod­ules have changed too, adapt­ing to the other Ce­sar lines for greater adapt­abil­ity and flex­i­bil­ity, that’s also achieved by the new line of wall and tall units. This flex­i­bil­ity ex­tends to the open­ing sys­tems as well, with the ad­di­tion to the cat­a­logue, along with the push-to-open de­vice, of the In­side grip edg­ing built into the door panel.

With the sleeker lines of the new grip re­cess, the sin­gle-piece block looks slim­mer, with­out sac­ri­fic­ing the strong pres­ence that has al­ways been its

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