Scavolini’s Motus collection combines a pared-back design with a sophisticated colour palette to create a look that works so well in today’s open-plan kitchens. Motus comes with a choice of materials and finishes – from glossy and matt lacquers to textured melamines and veneers, in a range of textures and colours.
With details such as handleless doors and frosted glass units, architect Vittore Niolu purposely set out to design a collection of understated style that doesn’t dominate an interior, but helps to define it.
There is something to suit every taste and every home. The examples here illustrate just some of the options available with Motus.
Even within this compact corner configuration (above, below and main image, top), a range of finishes can be seen. The tall and wall units are Heron Grey matt lacquer, with the base units in Abyss Stone textured melamine, which provides a contrasting colour and texture. What catches the eye, however, are the two 65cm-deep protruding drawers below the sink and hob. Set at a sharp angle, they add real visual interest to the scheme and are a Scavolini first for the Motus collection. The worktop is 4cm-thick Abyss Stone laminate, and set above it is the Sign aluminium bar with hooks and shelves that keep essentials to hand.
In this single-run kitchen layout (above), Motus is shown with Dark Steel metal-effect lacquered doors. On either side, Scavolini’s Fluida Wall System of open shelving in a Dark Steel finish features Smoked Glass doors, which can be lit from within to make a display, and a Graphite Oak veneered back panel. Adding beautiful colour to the design is the striking 2cm-thick Magnolia Green Quartz worktop.