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Designed in 2007 by Dante Bonuccelli, Trim is considered a revolution, a new, more rational and flexible approach to kitchens and the way they are used. Space is the key element of a system devised to match the pace of present-day lives, the organization of homes, the need to mix technology and functionality. Drawers, cabinets and wall units are no longer enough. Accessorized back panels come onto the scene: a space between wall units and worktop, accessible with a Dada-patented mechanism of sliding (and disappearing) glass panels. LED lighting and power sockets add functionality to the accessorized panels of Trim’s technological core. And there’s more: wall units with cushioned electrified doors, base unit doors with an exclusive handle fixing system that recedes below the top, creating a discrete groove effect.

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25 thickness of doors in mm
8 matt laminate panels
33 matt and glossy lacquers
11 wood essences
1 Corian

Dada accessorized back panels
Accessorized back panels are Trim’s functional core. Positioned between bases and wall units, they endow the system with functional and operating benefits. They increase usable space, deliver specific functions to the operating area and support deeper wall cabinets. The back panel has a patented, Dada-exclusive system that counterbalances and regulates the panel’s sliding movement, with the glass disappearing inside the base units. This patented mechanism also allows the glass panel to be lowered for easy maintenance and thorough cleaning.

Back panel in extruded aluminium | Counterbalanced door in etched or Stopsol glass, aluminium | Door opening system with moulded profile in anodized aluminium | Lacquered or marble back panel | Vertical sliding mechanism in anodized aluminium | Standard pull down door device | Accessory profiles in aluminium or white lacquer finish | LED lighting system | Module sizes 60, 90, 120 cm.Registered design

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"The details are not the details. They make the design." Charles Eames
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