Natural is the first Stosa model to be designed with the Evolution System, a new solution that serves to advance the concept of the kitchen, revolutionising the modularity of the units, bringing a touch of innovation to the interior accessories and the technical details of the construction and boasting an even more elegant design.
Featuring doors in slatted oak, the latest addition to the Stosa product offering brings the natural beauty of real wood into the home environment, with five different nuances to satisfy a range of different tastes. From warm tones such as Miele and Cognac to more modern shades such as Sahara, Grey and Dark, the vertical grain of the doors with natural brushed details and split wood brings a sense of warmth to any interior, enhancing its aesthetic value.
The Evolution System, which joins Stosa’s original Look System, further enhances the wide range of options available to customers, introducing a series of innovative design features both with regard to volumes and functionality, helping to maximise space.
The new features of the Evolution System design have increased the capacity of the base units by 20%, with a 10% increase in the capacity of the wall units, while the modularity of the taller units, which are both taller and deeper, enables a wide range of recessed appliances and pull-out shelves with high quality finishes to be integrated.
The first new development is the height of the plinth, which has been raised to 8 cm in order to increase the capacity of both the base and tall units. This functional feature also represents a key design element: Natural has a compact and linear appearance, perfect for open space environments.
The base units, which are both taller and deeper, offer both greater storage and a hygienic ventilation space. The depth of these (up to 72 cm) increases the actual storage capacity of the drawers and drawer boxes, proving particularly valuable in smaller environments. The layout of the interior of the units has been carefully designed down to the smallest detail: the shelves inside the base units and the fully-equipped drawers divide the space, optimising the volumes available. The top is flush with the doors, providing a larger work surface.
The new 34 cm depth of the wall units enables Natural to accommodate larger items of equipment, while its sleek lines give it character. The under-unit boxes help to ensure that ingredients and utensils are within easy reach at all times. The design of the interiors has been developed with great attention to detail, for a total aesthetic look that adds value to the kitchen: the elegant shelves in transparent glass and the interior lighting create an evocative atmosphere, especially in solutions with glass doors and aluminium frames.
The Natural system is completed by the Fusion hood, which combines several finishes that transform it into a real design feature, and the Modula customisable bookcase modules, which have a black brushed aluminium structure and oak inserts and can be inserted between the base and wall units.
There are also a range of solutions designed for living, with pieces that can coordinate with the kitchen: the Palo Alto open bookcase, which has oak uprights and shelves and a back panel, is available in various finishes, and can be completed with containers for organising and storing personal items.
Currently available with groove opening in Natural, Color Trend and Aliant models, the Evolution System is and will continue to be a system that is constantly evolving, and will be enriched with new proposals over time.