Abimis, new space in the Veneto

At Ormelle, near Treviso, an exhibition narrates a tailor-made approach with 100% contemporary taste for the creation of a kitchen. Based on expertise gained in the professional cooking sector

Abimis showroom - Photo © Colin Dutton
Abimis showroom - Photo © Colin Dutton

Abimis, a company based at San Polo di Piave, in the Veneto, has radically altered the idea of the stainless steel kitchen, drawing on the experience of the brand Prisma, which has created professional kitchens for 40 years, equipped with steel furnishings created for use in restaurants, by land or by sea.

The Abimis kitchens feature elegant design, entirely produced in AISI 304 or 316 steel of professional-grade quality, but revised to adapt to domestic settings, to offer high performance previously only available in “pro” applications.

A conceptual revolution, as the name implies, “ab imis,” taken from the Latin phrase of the English philosopher Francis Bacon in his Instauratio Magna: “Instauratio facienda ab imis fundamentis” (“renewal should be conducted from the deepest foundations”).

In the new space at Ormelle the brand presents the Ego and Atelier collections, and the latest creation, Àtria, all with a central focus on stainless steel, but marked by different types of construction to achieve a unique, recognizable aesthetic outcome. In an elegant, luminous open space, minimalist but also welcoming, visitors can see the various solutions Abimis provides to interpret and customize what was once a service element, giving rise to constantly different configurations of great convivial allure, in a setting that regenerates the sense of ease and pleasure typical of domestic space.

Models that suggest the nearly infinite possibilities offered by the company, down to the smallest details: from measurements to form, materials to finishes, from the positioning of the worktop, with the cooking and washing zones, to the arrangement of the appliances. To design a kitchen around the needs and habits of people.

Photo © Colin Dutton