As its name would suggest, this programme is inspired in art deco and its importance in the geometrisation of shapes.
The Chrysler Building or the One La Salle Street Building in Chicago are two examples of the inspiration for this exercise in creativity applied to designing a kitchen furniture programme.
Trapezoids and zigzags are designed on the fronts and act as pulls and handles.
The countless combinations of these patterns mean original compositions with great visual impact can be created.
The materials used: gloss lacquers, woods and natural stones, as well as stainless steels, are clear reflections of this movement, with all its love for lustre, quality materials and sophistication.
Déco forms part of the range of kitchen furnishing programmes designed by Neus Escuder for the Lebana by Tau firm.