Euromobil will present a vintage-inspired collection of kitchen furniture at Eurocucina: Telero. The product of a collaboration between Euromobil and Architect, Roberto Gobbo; Telero was inspired by the 14th century Venetian ‘teleros’ – oil paintings on extremely large framed canvasses. Accordingly, Telero combines art and craftsmanship to produce a more practical, durable, artistic collection of kitchen units.
With a 16.5mm-thick anodised titanium and absolute black aluminium frame, with a finely striped finish, and 4mm or 6mm thick multi-material panels, Telero comes in a range of finishes: matt and glossy glass, porcelain stoneware, matt, glossy, fusion and satin-finish lacquered, textured and heat-treated wood, Fenix and acrylic stone.
Features of Telero include a new glass door, Frame – a titanium and absolute black aluminium frame enclosing transparent extra clear or smoked toughened glass – and two new, versatile boiserie systems – Horizon and Up – whose elements can be moved to facilitate organising space.
Horizon is a horizontal rack system that integrates with the kitchen and living room decor and has an anti-detachment mechanism. Each shelf has a load-bearing capacity of 16 kg.
Up is a system with an aluminium, electrified vertical rack. It is designed to take cable-free LED illuminated shelves that can be moved as required because the LED lights are automatically powered on contact with the rack.