Cubica

MITON Cucine

A tribute to aesthetic purity, like a perfect solid. The 45° cut challenges normality to emerge victorious thanks to its highly refined processing. The end result merges sober and refined lines that yield an exclusive, elegant and clean environment. And without sacrificing any of the typical functio

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Product Name
Cubica
Manufacturer
MITON Cucine

Product Type

Kitchens
Island kitchens
Hospitality
Monoblock kitchens

A tribute to aesthetic purity, like a perfect solid. The 45° cut challenges normality to emerge victorious thanks to its highly refined processing. The end result merges sober and refined lines that yield an exclusive, elegant and clean environment. And without sacrificing any of the typical functions of a kitchen, which are all readily available thanks to the equipped island. As resistant as glass. Fronts and sides made of suitably supported glass offer an unexpected resistance - not only to scratches. And light multiplies.


As noble as acrylic. With its amazing impression of purity, an acrylic worktop guarantees the necessary sturdiness for countering the effects of haste and carelessness, because if cooking is an art then cooking in total freedom is a conquest.


The precision of the 45° cut is evident in the detail, which fails to go unnoticed to emerge as a precious piece that makes the entire mosaic unique.


The minimalist design does not neglect functionality; when a project is rationally conceived, an island of beauty is able to enclose infinite spaces.

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