Ask Cucine's first connected kitchen encounters Lapitec®'s naturalness.

Research, innovation and cutting-edge technologies for Sandro Berni's project: designing and creating a truly contemporary kitchen to connect people with household appliances for unique aesthetic experiences.
 
it has been the historical International Exhibition of Craftsmanship - Florence, Fortezza da Basso, from the 23rd of April to the 1st of May -, an opportunity to celebrate a partnership focused on the culture of materials and technological innovation.
Ask Cucine has had a clear idea for over 30 years: a kitchen or research area that expresses new design and manufacturing solutions tailored around every request. The use of Lapitec® is a confirmation of these values. The full body sintered stone was indeed chosen for its top technical and aesthetic qualities, but also because it is in line with Ask Cucine's manufacturing philosophy.
 
A revolutionary kitchen, with Lapitec® as the protagonist, has been exposed in Florence. Ask Cucine - Hall Basilica, stand B5 - presents the Aerodynamics Connect ® model with a Satin finished top: the satin look and the imperceptible roughness make the surface easy to clean and, therefore, an ideal support and work top solution. Thanks to the sintered stone, the top is soft to the touch, but as elegant as silk for a naturally refined effect. The Nero Antracite, selected for this exhibition, is a strong, absolute and classy color selection for a kitchen that wants to be ahead. Two technical and stylistic choices are created from these values: Sandro Berni suggested new solutions, such as titanium in a liquid form and sprayed with a cloud-like effect before being scratched to achieve unique doors: all different from each other.
 
Aerodinamica Connect® is also the first kitchen connected to Bosch appliances via Internet and manageable with smartphones. Thank to the Home Connect® App, one can prepare coffee or start the dishwasher and oven remotely. The user can even check the fridge’s temperature, receive alarm messages or see its content (function available from January 2017).