Introducing the new and improved Logica Kitchen system by Italian manufacturer Valcucine. Based on the original Logica kitchen design which featured removable jumbo
drawers and wall units with lift-up doors, the new design includes a brand new back section to help store and conceal your kitchen utensils and tools.
Available in aluminium or stainless steel, the back section can easily be fitted against the wall or used in an island in the middle of the room. There's also a strategic gap built for installing plumbing and electric connections. View more pics by scrolling below:
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