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Abimis Atria Outdoor Kitchen Extension

February 28, 2024

Abimis presents Àtria in a mixology key. In fact, marking the occasion of the Salone del Mobile 2024, the outdoor kitchen conceived through a collaboration with Studio Delineo and Massimo Rosati is being enriched with a new block with accessories for aspiring bartenders. This extension to the range is designed for those who would also like a real cocktail station in the garden or on the terrace of their home.

The classic version of a practical outdoor kitchen, equipped with a sink, professional-derived hob, teppanyaki or barbecue, is now available in a new configuration that guarantees all the necessary features for the preparation and presentation of cocktails: from the ice tank to the Thrill glass cooler, and from the washing area to the glacette. All professional, high-performance tools, as always in Abimis kitchens. The Thrill chills and sanitizes glasses and lowers their temperature to -40°C, so that drinks and cocktails can be served at the perfect temperature. The Kaelo built-in refrigerated glacette, supplied by Frigo2000, allows wine to be kept perfectly chilled once the bottle is opened, from the first glass to the last, without any ice or drops.

The range of accessories for mixologists extends the already extensive customization possibilities of Àtria. Abimis’ first kitchen specifically designed for outdoor spaces, in fact, Àtria offers a wide choice of coordinated modular accessories, all customizable in configurations and colours. Defined by its rigorous and essential lines, the collection stands out for its attention to detail: slim, slender legs, with adjustable feet that ensure stability even on uneven ground, and handles painted in a contrasting color.

Like all Abimis kitchens, Àtria is made of AISI 304 or 316 stainless steel, a material that is highly resistant to corrosion, temperature changes, atmospheric agents and UV rays. The steel is available in the satin and hand-orbitally polished finishes or can be painted in all RAL colors.

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