The Wave range from Bontempi uses the curved line to create an all-round space.
July 13th, 2011
Bontempi Cucine have created their Wave range of kitchens, utilising flowing shapes to make every centimetre of the kitchen useable.
With curves, the possibilities of creating unexpected and unusual storage compartments are endless.
What’s more, the innovative use of curves – with its focus on ergonomics – makes moving around a Wave kitchen smoother and safer.
Wave is packed full of personality. The dynamic shape of its central island provides ample workspace, as well as making room for snacks and quick meals.
Bontempi kitchens are custom designed and available exclusively through Rogerseller’s Sydney and Melbourne showrooms.
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