The popularity of stone benchtops is as much about aesthetics aspracticality. The beauty of natural stone makes a striking design statement but the addition of a cooktop introduces a utilitarian element that often compromises the design flow; this is all about to change. At DesignBuild 2017, Cicero™, a truly breakthrough product will be unveiled. Cicero™ is a game changer that integrates cooking elements and controls into the benchtop itself, retaining all the functionality of modern cooking appliances but incorporated into a stylish and seamless stone finish. The beauty of stone will not be compromised as the electromagnetic hot plates are hidden within the stone. It will be available in 2, 3 or 4 hot plate versions with touch screen operation concealed within a separate stone drawer, accessed by a pull out/push back function. Cicero™ is the latest product from Gitani Stone and comes in a colour range to match any decor.
NO MORE UGLY JOINTS
Also launching at DesignBuild is Gitani’s unique process that renders joints invisible, providing the seamless, flawless finish all designers strive for. Architects and designers can now reimagine kitchen design and specify a finish that delivers on function and form. Success throug h inno vation Gitani Stone’s Jason Gittany attributes the company’s success to innovation and an R&D program that delivers unique products of the highest quality from their state of the art factory located in Seven Hills, NSW. Further contributing dynamics include quality material and technically superior machinery. Stone is sourced from the stone capital of Europe the main supplier being Antolini of Italy. At the centre of the manufacturing process is the Robo SawJet, the only one of its kind operating outside of the USA. You can view the new Cicero™ product and more on stand i26 at DesignBuild in Sydney, 03-05 May.