For most of our NYC clients, the most important design feature and challenge we face is storage. Snaidero has finally come out with a solution which is both functional and fashionable, with the Kube collection. In 2008, their Kube Collection won the historic Good Design Award from the Athenaeum of Chicago—and for good reason. Kube stresses four things: shape, simplicity, utility, and material. The work areas, counters, base units, and cabinets all optimize the cube, making lines clean, straight, and parallel.
The design is meant to streamline the kitchen, putting all things within reach so that the kitchen becomes a site of professionalism at work. Kube uses the best materials to achieve the best overall quality. Kube is available in four finishes: wood, matte lacquer, high gloss lacquer, and high gloss metallized lacquer. While the elm finish makes Kube a wonderful partner to Danish mid-century design, the lacquer finishes truly widen the stylistic opportunities of this fine kitchen.
Kube’s multi-functional practicality makes it a New York apartment dweller’s dream. Kube has thought of everything from deep drawers with adjustable dividers to corner units with pullout racks, doors that slide and doors that lift, slanted hoods and custom-sized strip lighting, Kube anticipates every possible kitchen storage need and culinary task.
We are currently using this system in an apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West side-integrating high design, small space, and functionality seamlessly.