NX 950

Ceramic graphite / Natural fir, brushed

Room for living makes itself at home – room for indulgence, for relaxing, for gathering new strength both physical and emotional.

Natural forces interact when soft warm pine wood is combined with the dark kitchen in ceramic graphite, a material with an aura closely resembling that of genuine natural stone.The unbroken handleless surface creates additional calm.

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The spacious, open nature of the arrangement is underscored by the free-standing cooking table lightly pinpointing the centre of the kitchen. In a flowing transition, the kitchen with its open shelf units leads unnoticeably into the living area, linking the two rooms without a break.

An exciting contrast of open and closed areas – the open shelf unit with sliding door provides "airy" storage space while doubling up as an easily recognisable designer object. Material combinations with an interesting feel, such as wood veneer and exquisitely finished lacquers, as well as integrated LED lighting create a touch that speaks to the emotions.

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LIGHTER THAN ALUMINIUM, HARDER THAN NATURAL STONE

Ceramic is ideal for kitchens: foods can be hygienically processed directly on the surface. Furthermore, the material is resistant to cutting and heat. Used for worktops for many years, the next logical step is ceramic kitchen fronts. As with porcelain, this natural, man-made material only contains substances which also occur naturally in this form. This means that the material is environmentally sound and can be fully recycled.

NX 950 / NX 960

Ceramic

NX 950 C2755

Ceramic marble bianco effect

NX 950 C2075

Ceramic concrete grey effect

NX 950 C2765

Ceramic marble grigio effect

NX 950 C2055

Graphite

NX 950 C2775

Ceramic marble nero effect

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