The Arctic kitchen Realized by Studiosat for Delta Kitchens It is the first kitchen with 3D surfaces. Futuristic in design, both firms sought a new and avant-garde concept based on the traditional Japanese and Arctic origami figures, of course.
That is why we find that the patterns are irregular, with the effect of folded paper. The result is very emotional, striking fronts of white surface inspired by origami and geometric folds.
The Arctic kitchen with black and white pieces of uniform color, forms an exceptional combination. The impressive appearance is a cold kitchen design for any futuristic space. The material is varnished with a special varnish, whose formula is more secret than that of Coca Cola. Is called Codel and has been created with nanoparticles. It resists 40% more heat than the rest of varnishes, so it solves one of the main manufacturing problems in kitchen furniture, the deterioration of polylaminate (PVC) caused by high temperatures and steam released by appliances.
This new varnish is applied to matt finishes and gloss finishes. Being formed by nanoparticles It is intended to cover the material of the fronts and kitchen doors. The matt finish varnish increases the heat resistance of the material by 40%, while the gloss allows the treated edges to withstand 28% higher temperatures. In both cases, a total waterproofing is achieved that prevents deterioration of PVC by exposure to steam and moisture.
Until now, the kitchen material that was deformed by heat and steam was only corrected by stainless steel oven protectors. However, that protection could not be applied to other appliances that generate steam and heat. Codel offers a solution to the problem that no other manufacturer had solved.
The varnish has been tested on treated and untreated surfaces in a heat aging process. The results of this experiment have been verified by the Technological Institute of Furniture, Wood, Packaging and Related Products (AIDIMA).
A new project that results from interpreting the architectural current and the digital world around us, with materials with low environmental impact, redesigning volumes and creating a vision of the furniture on a real surface in three dimensions, without losing meaning for what has been created. Do you like to cook in the Arctic?