The b+ Solitaires are designed to create flexible spaces that inspire joyful moments around the table that will last well beyond a solitary mealtime.
18 May, 2018
What makes a dining experience memorable? Is it the food you ate? The people you interacted with? The ambience of the dining space? The beautiful table setting? A break from the usual menu? A combination of many small details can create joyful moments around the table that can last well beyond a solitary mealtime.
bulthaup’s b+ Solitaires are designed to create these memorable moments. A collection of versatile loose elements, b+ Solitaires system allows users to create different living spaces around the table with maximum functionality, enabling them to blur the boundary between the kitchen and living area and connect or merge areas to create an integrated space.
All of the b+ Solitaire units feature a delicate matte black aluminium frame that crosses at the base and open compartments that can be accessed from all side. The elements include table and bench, shelf unit and a variety of storage units in glass, oak and stainless steel trays.
The table and bench elements form the centrepiece of the collection. The b+ Solitaire table features five-centimetre-thick solid wood top connected to a matte black aluminium base via a pair of sleek black bolts. It is available in three sizes with matching solid wood benches and bench cushions finished in leather.
b+ Solitaire units are available in various dimensions and finishes. Choose a glass top for a clear unobstructed visibility, or choose a matt black stainless steel variant for a light, clean-cut look. For those looking to use the unit as a prep surface, bulthaup offers a solid oak top with a generous thickness of 12 centimetres.
Rounding off the collection is the generous b Solitaire shelf unit. Measuring 150 x 140 x 70 centimetres, its frame accommodates five tiers of height-adjustable planes that can be customised with a variety of trays and display shelves.
In Singapore, bulthaup is available from The Madison Group.
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