R.I.G. Modules – Kitchen
Mikal Harrsen, 2018
The RIG modular system now moves into the kitchen. The thin black profile hosts several specific
elements, accessorising itself according to the different needs. Units and drawers, available in
standard or shaped shelves to hold glasses and ladles, open compartments and bottle racks to
space as needed. While clearly communicating its highly functional nature, R.I.G is able to act as a
neutral, chameleonic presence.
The R.I.G. modular system originally designed for the home now extends its use in the kitchen
thanks to its versatility and specific accessories. The module has been specially designed for use in
areas adjacent to the kitchen area. It is enhanced with specific accessories such as units and drawers
with dividers, cutlery holders and utensils, ladle racks and traditional shelves, glasses holder for
goblets and open compartments, bottles to store bottles (both in vertical and horizontal position).
Structure in epoxy-polyester powder-coated solid steel, black or white embossed finish.
Feet and joints in brushed stainless steel.
Shelves in various materials: black CDF toning oil treated, 12 mm thick stone (white Carrara marble,
Greystone marble, Gris du Marais marble, black Pietra d’Avola stone), black biplated CDF in Ecowood
Xilo 2.0 veneer wood – planked sand, Ecowood Xilo 2.0 planked grey, Ecowood Xilo 2.0 striped
black, smoked oak, natural oak.
Units in black CDF covered with black CDF toning oil treated panels, biplated CDF wood veneer
Ecowood Xilo 2.0 planked sand, Ecowood Xilo 2.0 planked grey, Ecowood Xilo 2.0 striped black,
smoked oak, natural oak. Front in 12mm thick stone (white Carrara marble, Greystone marble, Gris
du Marais marble, black Pietra d’Avola stone).
Internal accessories in black CDF toning oil treated.
Modules: H.1464/2172/2880 L.1100/550 D.384
“The R.I.G. Modules Kitchen Storage extension is inspired by the traditional marketplace and its
attentive arrangement of goods and seasonal produce. The idea of an open shelving system in the
kitchen is all about celebrating the beauty of food, the tools it requires and the pleasure of the
hours lived in this dynamic and social setting.” M. Harrsen