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Motus, function and entertainment


“Independent” elements that can be put together and taken apart, and even recombined over time, based on the available space

A brand new proposal that allows an infinite number of configurations: surprising not only in its unusual lines but also in its essential and elegant design with details that reveal a new identity of the environment we work and live in today. 
Marks of distinction: the asymmetric opening of the door with no handle, the unique interpretation of the glass door, the geometry of the shaped drawer, the new island and peninsula units; and the sophisticated chromatic range of the elements (gloss and matt lacquer, or decorative melamine with matching finishes) proposed in a line dedicated to today’s most popular colours.
kitchens furniture - Motus project
Communicating rooms
Kitchen and living room become "communicating" rooms with a ceiling-anchored partition that explores all the possibilities of the new “Fluida” wall system introduced by Scavolini in the Motus project.

The flexibility and versatility of this collection makes it possible to design any type of solution (bookcases, shelving, cupboards, internal fittings), thanks to the wide selection of elements, their dimensions and the sophisticated technological mechanisms that characterize them. 

The design of the doors and the absence of handles favour the creation of an elegant and unconventional setting in which the kitchen and living room complement each other to the point that it is difficult to distinguish one from the other.
Motus kitchen
An innovative island
The lines of the snack top, the shaping of the drawer and the opening mechanisms used for the doors are all musts that define the elegant, unique style of the project.
The island introduced by Scavolini in the Motus project, with its centralized functions oriented to favour the concept of sharing, has revolutionized the concept of kitchen living,  becoming the main identifying element of the kitchen.
The innovative island brings together the primary kitchen functions; in fact, a new snack top, veneered in Vintage Oak wood, is integrated into the base of the island with doors, shaped drawers and pull-out baskets (in gloss Light Grey lacquer).
One of the two Motus islands, designed by Vittore Niolu for Scavolini, has a new design and, with innovative flair, integrates essential functions.
Kitchen island
Motus island