Additional functionality: Trim kitchen by Dada

Italian kitchen brand Dada launched a new composition of Dante Bonuccelli’s 2007 Trim kitchen  Originally launched in 2007, Bonuccelli’s Trim kitchen for Dada has a back panel concealed by sliding glass doors. These back panels provide additional functionality and storage space in the kitchen. Located in the space between the wall cupboards and the worktop, the back panels are equipped with shelves, LED lights, electrical sockets, and cupboards that are hidden from view by sliding patented glass doors that lower into the countertop.

Part of The Molteni Group, Dada has been producing kitchens at Mesero in the province of Milan since the 1970s. It offers a range of kitchens.

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