Tops for kitchens

A kitchen top is one of the most important elements in a kitchen, together with the doors, and it is certainly the most used, from preparing a simple breakfast to more important meals. Often designed as an extension with snack bar solutions or table tops, the “top”, as it is called in technical jargon, must be able to satisfy ergonomic and functional criteria, but in equal measure, also those concerning appeal and refinement given the visual impact it has. This is why it is necessary to make a careful and informed choice from among all the available materials, taking into account the quality and innovative technical characteristics, namely hygiene, water-repellence, mechanical strength, practicality and eco-compatibility.


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Attention: the proposed classification refers to the correct use of the products and to maintenance that complies with the technical requirements of the materials.

  • Worktop

  • Material

  • Scratch resistant

  • Stain resistant

  • Heat resistant

  • Ease of use / maintenance

  • Compactness / low porosity

  • Price range

  • Laminate and Fenix

    Easy to use and practical, it offers a wide range of colours and finishes ensuring both visual appeal and functionality together. They are available in various thicknesses and various types of edges, as well as coverings with different technical and performance characteristics, that can match both classic and modern models. Thanks to its excellent value for money, it is one of the most-commonly used materials for the production of kitchen tops. The Fenix NTM and HPL laminate types are the most recent and most innovative ones from a technical point of view. They both offer the possibility of including sinks made of the same material; in the specific case of HPL laminate, it is also possible to have integrated hobs called PITT.

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    H4 laminate worktop with postformed edge

    H2-4 laminate worktop, square and bordered in "ABS 1"

    Laminate worktop H2 with inclined edge "LI" in "ABS 1"

    Fenix NTM laminate worktop H2-4 "PP" squared profile

    Fenix NTM laminate worktop H2 with "OI" inclined profile

    One-colour worktop H2-4 with "U3" profile

    H12-H17 folding edge, one-colour worktop

    Layered "HPL" worktop H1,2 with squared edge

    Layered "HPL" worktop H1,2 with "LI" inclined profile

    Layered "HPL" worktop from H12 to H17 with folding edge

    Layered "HPL" worktop from H12 to H17 with folding edge

    Consists of layers of kraft paper impregnated with thermosetting aminoplast resins; subjected to a high-pressure process in appropriate multi-compartment presses yielding a non-porous material.

  • Composite

    Composites are materials with durability as well as aesthetic features of particular value. They are made by mixing mineral substances (quartz, granite, glass, etc.), coloured pigments and resins that guarantee hardness and chemical stability. Some colours resemble natural stones, but compared to these, they allow carefree use and easier maintenance. In fact, when it comes to daily care they require a few simple precautions, thanks to which it is possible to guarantee their durability over time. Suitable for both modern and classic kitchens, they can be used with flush and under-top sinks. Some types of composite also include sinks incorporated in the top.

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    Lube Lab worktop

    Light worktop

    Quartz worktop with “P” profile edge in quartz

    Silestone® worktop with sharp edge profile "P"

    Ile Lube worktop with "P" profile

    Okite® H2-H3-H4 worktop with "square edge" profile

    Okite® H4-H6 worktop with “I” inclined profile

    Okite® H4 worktop with “S” shaped profile

    Dupont™ corian® worktop with square profile

    Dupont™ corian® worktop with square profile

    Solid and smooth material, formed 1/3 of acrylic resin and 2/3 of natural minerals, easy to maintain and long-lasting.

  • Ceramics

    Ceramics are innovative materials, with high technical and durable performance. Those who choose a ceramic material for their kitchen top are undoubtedly opting for a material that provides high quality and durability and is also easy to use. As their name suggests, ceramics are solid inorganic compounds, therefore without resins, consisting of mixtures of only natural raw materials. Suitable for both modern and classic combinations, they can also be designed with integrated sinks, as well as with flush and under-top basins.

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    Dekton® worktop with “P” profile

    Laminam® gres worktop with "P" angular profile, H4 and from H12 to 17

    Laminam® gres worktop with “P” square profile, H1.2

    Laminam® gres worktop with inclined profile, H2.4

    Lapitec® worktop, H1.2-H2

    Iris® H2-H4 worktop

    Kerlite® worktop with "P" angular profile, H2-H4 and from H12 to 17.

    Mutina® worktop with inclined profile, H1.2

    Infinity™ worktop with square profile, H1.2

    Infinity™ worktop with inclined profile, H2.4

    Infinity™ worktop with inclined profile, H2.4

  • Granite and marble

    Marble and granite are the most commonly-used stones for making work tops in the kitchen: they are certainly a valid and refined choice and allow you to enhance the unique visual appeal of your kitchen environment. Since they are natural materials, they require specific care and attention, precisely because of their naturalness, in order to ensure their attractiveness and durability over time. Although they are suitable for matching both classic and modern kitchens, they are mainly chosen to provide prestige and authenticity in classic and contemporary models or those in brickwork. With granite and marble you can also include flush-top or under-top basins.

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    H3 square edge marble and granite worktop

    H4 granite and marble worktop with "S" profile

    H6 granite and marble worktop with "I" profile

    H6 granite and marble worktop with "M" profile

    H6 granite and marble worktop with "H" profile

    H3 square edge cultured marble worktop

    H4 cultured marble worktop with "S" profile

    H6 cultured marble worktop with "M" profile

    H6 cultured marble worktop with "H" profile

    H6 cultured marble worktop with "H" profile

    Formed of a combination of marble, resin and coloured pigments, manufactured using a high-technology patented procedure.

  • Stainless steel

    Of all the materials, stainless steel is the one that has a most particular impact on the appearance of the kitchen, especially for those who prefer an industrial taste. Synonymous with strength and modernity, it is durable, hygienic and practical when it comes to daily management. By opting for steel it is possible to embed sinks and hobs into the counter by welding them without visible joints.

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    H5 stainless steel worktop

    H5 stainless steel worktop

    Formed of a wood particle internal support with a steel sheet coating, resistant and hygienic.

  • Glass

    Glass is a material suitable for modern and minimalist furnishings. It has a strong aesthetic impact, so much so that it becomes a key element of the kitchen design. It can be made with an aluminium substrate for an even more peculiar look or alternatively with an angular edge. As for use and maintenance, it is highly hygienic and easy to manage. It is usually combined with steel sinks that bring out its modern style, uprights, backs or accessories in glass and, if desired, crystal hobs.

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    H4 glass worktop with under-top aluminium edge

    Glass worktop with gleaned "P" profile glass edge

    Glass worktop with gleaned "P" profile glass edge

    Non-porous, resistant to twisting, deterioration and a decline in appearance over time.

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