Lapitec kitchen cladding plays the leading role in the new Arredo3 catalogue, with nine colours and three finishes

Arredo3, one of the biggest Italian kitchen producers, has chosen Lapitec, colours and finishes as the new material for their Spring 2017 catalogue.

The technical and aesthetic qualities of full body sintered stone respond perfectly to the needs of the Venetian company, a producer of highly practical, harmonious and tasteful kitchens. In fact, Lapitec will be used to create the modern kitchen countertops, upstands, sides and backs of the company’s kitchen islands and peninsulas.

Three finishes and a wide range of colours for a kitchen that never ceases to amaze

The company has chosen three finishes, available in a thickness of 12 and 20 mm, that are the perfect choice for their products. Designed for a kitchen with an eye to the future, Lux has a shiny, mirror-like surface that reflects and enhances the luminosity of the room where it’s fitted. The elegance and subtly textured surface of Satin make the material soft to the touch and easy to clean. A perfect solution for classic kitchens. Finally, Lithos is a slightly rough surface finish that arouses new emotions with every touch. The vast array of colours means the kitchen worktops can be coordinated with every style and design, be it classic or modern. Avana, Grigio Cemento, Grigio Piombo, Ebano, Moca, Nero Antracite, Bianco Polare, Bianco Artico and Arabescato Bernini are the nine colour tones chosen by Arredo3 for their clients.

Elegance and technology

The compact colours and finishes are appealing to both the eye and touch, adding a unique finish to every kitchen. And the large size of the sintered stone slabs has allowed Arredo3 to make kitchen worktops that do not require cutting or joints. Furthermore, Lapitec is acid, heat and UV-resistant, antibacterial, stain-resistant and easy to clean, making it the ideal material for use in the kitchen. Finally, the thickness, especially the 20 mm slabs, make it the perfect material for finishing drawers, where clients are increasingly demanding handleless solutions.