With an elegant tea column made from Ziricote wood and inspired by the 20th century avant-garde style, Wind 54 from Italian manufacturer Toncelli is distinguished by its minimal design and stark material mix.
Designed by Tomasso Toncelli, the kitchen is characterised by an island structure with top and round-edged doors made of Eta Blanc cement and a table made of Ziricote wood, with a thickness of 10 cm and a cement base resting on a lowered base to avoid altering the height. The table can be self-supporting or positioned on columns against the wall.
The cabinet, with six white glass doors, is presented with an imposing ‘frame’ of Ziricote wood panelling.The interiors are all white, including the ceramic knives, plate rack, drawers and the Miele appliances.
The cabinet contains a tea column made from Ziricote wood and inspired by the 20th century avant-garde style and in particular, by the striking geometry of artist Piet Mondrian. The tea column comprises an oriental kit of unique items and accessories dedicated to the celebration of tea. It consists of a pull-out table with a tray for collecting water, a drawer, two pullouts and a secret compartment hidden on the back with a sliding opening. It can be fitted inside the composition or freestanding, specified with legs made of steel or bamboo wood.