Minosa releases the ’Hung Lift Cabinet’, designed by Simona Castagna and Darren Genner
August 10th, 2011
Joinery carcass is recessed into wall space, depth 180mm to minimise visual and spatial impact on bathroom. Designed to suit 90mm stud wall but fits into most wall types.
Single or double door option in standard or custom sizes.
Glass shelves allow light to pass through for improved product visibility and aesthetic appeal.
Charcoal interiors (instead of conventional white) allowing showcasing of products.
Innovative lift up door mechanism. Door braking system suspends door at whatever height it’s left open. Soft closure capability is integrated into hinges.
Spaces for products and accessories are positioned directly above separate basins providing a clutter free, easy to access bathroom experience for end users.
Low maintenance easy clean with an all-purpose nonabrasive and acetone free cleaning product applied with a soft cloth.
Accommodates integrated LED strip lighting to top and bottom.
Handcrafted quality Australian design and manufacture to order.
Supply 4 week lead-time from order placement.
3 year limited warranty.
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