Designed by architect Daniel Germani for the show, the Alea Plus system is a unique, one-off composition and represents “an entirely custom adaptation not available within the standard collection,” the company says. The system on view will also be outfitted with cabinet doors and columns covered in thin, 4-millimeter Dekton ultra-compact surfacing.
“The project is a demonstration of Poliform’s capabilities in customization, to meet a wide variety of aesthetic and practical needs, adapting to different scales, materials, and specifications,” the company says.
As the company explains it, Alea Plus is a contemporary kitchen system that highlights essential architectural elements—edges, the frame, and structure—to create a minimal, streamlined aesthetic. Surfaces stand as independent geometric volumes, highlighting the quality of materials, which can be customized with a wide variety of options. For KBIS, the doors and columns will feature Dekton ultra-compact surfacing. Dekton, the company says, has the ability to withstand high pressure and temperatures, UV rays, scratches, and stains.
“The Dekton by Cosentino collaboration demonstrates Poliform’s focus on innovation, adopting it to its unique expertise in systems,” the Italian company says. “The brand’s ability to offer flexible solutions ranges from customization of standard products, to the creation of entirely made-to-measure products, and turnkey solutions where the company is hands-on at every stage of the project from concept to final result.”
The Poliform kitchen concept will be located at the Cosentino booth in the Central Hall, C7616, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.