Arrital designs and portrays open living spaces beyond the kitchen, with the user and life taking centre stage. A new array of functions, work and relationships embedded in a hybrid setting, with the kitchen as a theatre that is the design and the excitement in a dynamic habitat.
The style of the living area becomes a mood for sharing to express the personality of the home and of its occupants.
Feeling Home (designed by Franco Driusso) is organic, personalised and flexible, conceived with the view of transforming space into quality, well-being and pleasure.
A concept that is expressed via the flexibility and broad applicability of k_Lounge, where storage modularity has been augmented with a specific focus on the living area, and where technology and function are integrated in balance with design and material, creating an elegant, harmonious open environment.
With Feeling Home, Arrital provides an additional wide-ranging collection of Complements, whose novelties come as a supplement to the series of living pieces already in existence in the many Arrital kitchen systems, including the Gem display cabinets, Vertical bookcase, Strato boiserie, Shangai open living pieces and the vertical Ak_Winery rack.
The main new features include a Pass System input module. Equipped with an optional handle, this can be positioned between furniture columns or a boiserie, allowing separation and access to rooms with different functions – an elegant, punctuated link in a dynamic habitat of conviviality.
The Planar and Free panels are also a new arrival. Their modules of varying sizes secured to the wall with a concealed system become elegant furnishing surfaces, as do the TV holder Display panel with grommets and warmly-lit perimeter LED backlighting system.
A new Plank worktop, practical Basket in non-toxic technical fabric, Lympha hanging lamp, which can be customised using the kitchen finishes and includes dual lighting operation, and new Mirror System collection of mirrors, complete the Complements range.
With Feeling Home, Arrital further introduces a Table & Chairs series where the Loft coffee table decidedly stands out – with a variety of sizes and heights, they can be used individually or placed side by side in single-colour solutions or in two different finishes – the Nice table (a laminate variant of the Toah table) and the super-strong Logic chair, with its wrap-around shape that is stackable up to seven items high.
The range of tables and chairs by Arrital also includes a variety of other models available in the catalogue.
Feeling Home is, therefore, a key component in the creation of new domestic architecture by Arrital.
Pieces, shapes and materials enhance the value of the environment, transforming it into a dynamic design where the furniture in the living area unites seamlessly with the pieces in the kitchen area, creating elegant, engaging atmospheres.