15.05.23 - Kitchens

The new shape of lightness.

The book of kitchen portraits: Unit

The 2023 catalog once again proves Unit's unwavering commitment to fluidity and functionality through an extensive range of new product designs.

The cover image represents some of the key characteristics at the core of the new collection's concept.

The stunning floral arrangement that takes center stage on the cover evokes the refined chromatic taste, sleek design, and delicate grace that characterize the six portraits.

Two of them are original pieces that carry on Unit's tendency to expand beyond the kitchen area, toward the living, the dining and the outdoor area.

Unit Pocket is an example of this design endeavour and one of the most significant novelties, available both in single sided and double sided versions.

This model offers all the essential kitchen elements in a single, compact piece of furniture and is characterized by the upper cabinets which feature a uniform and joints-free body that resembles an horizontally-developed tall unit.

The double sided version functions as an island which connects two different areas of the house. If one side serves as a kitchen, the opposite side is arranged for dining and living, while the central passageway offers a snack area that is designed to become the centre of social gatherings.

The Unit island has been updated to give the possibility to add the integrated snack area, which provides an excellent space-saving solution for those who are looking to enhance the island's functionality, making it the focal point of the kitchen.

Among the finishes, the new Anodyc metallic-effect lacquers emphasize the urban tendency of Unit, while the Specchiato Cannettato glass doors of the cupboards and the Oi and Accento handles are precious details that contribute to the uniqueness of the compositions.

In addition to Unit's product designs, in the catalog you can also find the Williamsburg cupboards, the Rook table and the Mobilis wall system, which complete a furniture offer meant to fit seamlessly into every type of space.       


Unit | design by Garcia Cumini

Art Direction | Concept & graphic designer: Garcia Cumini

Photography: Andrea Ferrari

Styling project: Studiopepe