Minimal grew out of the modern movement in the 1950s which sought to strip art down to it’s essentials. With push open doors and a flush return on the worktop the idea is to create as perfect a cube as possible with as few external lines as can be achieved. Naturally it then becomes more important than ever that components neatly li ne up and doors have a precise fit. We put a fine 1.5mm radius round on all edges which softens the visual effect, creates a subtle detail where framing intersects and making doors and shelf edges pleasing to the touch.
We still use soft close hinges as they stop the doors pinging back when the opener either side has not been sprung.