Officine Gullo’s Steel Blue Grey Kitchen Turns Heads
In the world of beautiful kitchens, today’s steel blue grey project by Officine Gullo is high on our wish list! This beautiful tailor-made kitchen is fit for chefs resulting from a quest for harmony between craftsmanship, tradition and new technologies.
For Officine Gullo, picturing a space in which to cook and socialize means placing the customer’s wishes at the heart of the project.
Exclusive decor elements are borne out of the expertise of the company’s technical office, which interprets the future owner’s culinary routines and desires.
Every detail, even the height of the counters, is calibrated according to the measurements of the person who will use the kitchen on a daily basis. A tailor-made kitchen is the
outcome, made to measure and meeting unique requirements.
In the heart of London, England, Officine Gullo realizes this steel blue grey project, marked by an absolute aesthetic and functional value.
Made of high-thickness fire-painted stainless steel with nickeled brass trims, this steel blue grey is an important, angular kitchen, which focuses on the highly efficient cooking area
positioned in the centre and dominated by the professional “Piramide Alta” metal hood, equipped with internal LED lights.
The cooking area is professional and equipped with a double oven GN 2/1 and GN 1/1, 4 high-performance burners with a power of 7.5 kW, coup de feu, fry-top, professional pasta
cooker and stainless steel sink.
The numerous storage compartments allow an optimal management of the pantry and the equipment, thanks to the upper cabinets with easy access storage space for pots and pans.
Every kitchen by Officine Gullo can be fully personalized in terms of composition, dimensions, colours and finishes. Only the finest materials are used, such as thick stainless steel, burnished copper, cast iron and forged metal, while the extensive range of professional cooking accessories that equip the built-in hobs and ranges vaunt next generation technology.
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