The Frame Collection By Fantin

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A minimal modular kitchen collection that showcases the beauty of metal.

This year, Italian furniture brand Fantin celebrates its 50th anniversary. To mark the occasion in style, the company recently announced the Frame Collection which blends cutting-edge technology, high-quality materials, and an elegant aesthetic. Designed by Fantin’s Art Director Salvatore Indriolo, the range of metal kitchen units boasts ultra-clean lines and a refined simplicity as well as functional features and a flexible design. The modules allow the user to create a custom kitchen easily, while the numerous colors which range from neutral to bright ensure that they’ll blend into any decor. Structural stability and solidity complement Frame’s light lines, displaying the possibilities of innovative metal manufacturing techniques.

The collection includes cupboards and tables as well as a kitchen workstation. The latter comes both without and with accessories. These include a sink an induction hob along with a Barazza oven; customers can also request another appliance to create a bespoke unit that suits their specific needs. Keeping in line with the company’s passion for flexibility, the products from this range come in up to 40 colors. Customers will have the opportunity to choose between gray, black, and navy as well as green, red, and pink.

Launched at Milan Design Week 2018, Frame will be on display in a special, site-specific installation created by the EligoStudio. Named “Amulets by EligoStudio for Fantin” – where amulets is an anagram of the word “metals” – the installation aims to highlight the heart of the range: metal. Throughout five different rooms, the studio will put together sculptures made from designs of the Frame collection. They’ll appear alongside other Fantin products and essential items from previous ranges. In 2018, Milan Design Week starts on 17 April and ends on 22 April. Photographs© Fantin.

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