Pedini Introduces Dune Collection

PEDINI introduces DUNE, one of the newest additions to its already distinguished line of kitchen models. DUNE represents an evolution of the popular kitchen island from a one-dimensional space used solely for preparing meals to an impressively versatile cooking envelope with 360-degree accessibility — well-suited for today’s multi-tasking lifestyle. DUNE’s trademark Peninsula, Atoll and Boomerang configurations are triumphs of ergonomic science in the kitchen. A celebration of modern efficiency, Dune offers specially shaped, fully integrated storage, sink, cook-top, and dishwasher space in boldly compact solutions, ideal for entertaining friends and family while cooking. The DUNE line creates new geometries and accomplishes different tasks – characterized as much by its ergonomic solutions, ecological materials and ample choice of colors and finishes, as for its attractive forms. DUNE is a highly elastic collection constituted by dramatically curved and linear forms alike that may be seamlessly combined to offer incredibly unique solutions. This pioneering collection is fit for both tomorrow’s architectural demands and today’s ever more active and creative consumers. The DUNE line includes several ‘corner-less’ designs and is further distinguished by its meticulously conceived handle-less storage system, achieved using an ergonomic channel-groove on the inside top edge of PEDINI’s 23mm door/drawer panels (base units) or a minimal vertical aluminum profile (tall units). Expertly engineered drawers in the curved units allow PEDINI to offer this remarkable option while retaining its sleek, modern design. Specifications of the DUNE line include: Finishes: veneered walnut, matte lacquer, glossy lacquer Worktops: stainless steel, decorated glass, quartz, corian, unicolor laminate Doors: industry leading, 23mm smooth door, Storage: encourages ergonomic movement, while maximizing storage capacity Handles: integrated handle and groove The designer of the DUNE collection is Domenico Paolucci. For more information, please visit


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