A Hebanon kitchen is an expression of conviviality, technology and refined details, a striking architectural and design element that will make your home unique.
Who would not want to experience a kitchen designed to suit their needs and desires?
An environment in which you can express yourself and your creativity, in which you can really feel “at home”.
At Hebanon Fratelli Basile – 1830®, we have always been attentive to the needs of those who live in the kitchen, and we have studied the best solutions to optimise the ergonomics and user experience in this environment, combining it with the savoir faire of our cabinet-makers, to offer you impeccable functionality, high comfort and stunning aesthetics. Living in a luxury kitchen means this: aesthetic well-being but above all functional well-being, durability of materials that safeguard people’s health and well-organised spaces.
Because the kitchen is the true heart of any home.
Our kitchens are made to last, resistant to everyday use and trends. Each piece of furniture is created from an initial selection of precious woods, takes shape in the sawmill and carpentry departments and is then completed with the subsequent finishing touches.
Rare and centuries-old woods meet high-tech materials for a made in Italy kitchen that combines design and tailoring.
SIDE AND BACK PANELS
The structure of our boxes is in 22 mm blockboard or honeycomb sandwich wood. The covering can be chosen between walnut or oak veneer, laminate (white, anthracite, walnut, oak), lacquered.
Depending on the model chosen, they are made of laminated solid wood, honeycomb core, blockboard or MDF.
Which worktop to choose for your kitchen? Hebanon offers a wide range of solutions, each with different features and characteristics to meet the specific needs of our customers.
Marble is one of the most widely used materials in luxury interior design.
Marble tops can be made from slabs or solid slabs. In particular, solid marble can be processed in ways that are not possible with other materials, such as the creation of pantographed monobloc elements (monobloc washbasins), curved islands, curved profiles in the shape of an owl’s beak or shark’s nose.
Quartz is the closest relative of marble: sold in slabs 2 to 3 cm thick, it is composed of a quantity of natural aggregates ranging from 85 to 95% and a small percentage of synthetic resin-based agglomerate. It is the latter that gives quartz tops their special characteristics: low porosity and absorbency, good elasticity before breaking. Quartz allows 45° cuts and rounded workings.
Lapitec is the only certified sintered stone in the world, a mixture of 100% natural minerals sintered at 1200°C. The total absence of porosity makes the material non-absorbent. Highly resistant to any scratches or cuts, to heat, frost and chemical agents. The extreme compactness, however, confers a low resistance to shocks and bending, therefore extreme care is necessary during the installation of the top which must be perfectly aligned with the floor and carried out by expert fitters.
For the kitchen tops the finishes are glossy, matt and “Vesuvio” stone-like.
The need to reproduce veining similar to certain marbles not suitable for use as kitchen tops (Calacatta, Statuario, etc.) has led to the creation of Neolith®, a latest-generation material made from natural, recyclable raw materials (ceramic clays) sintered at temperatures of over 1200 °C. The performance and characteristics of this material are excellent. The performance and characteristics of this material are excellent: resistance to scratches, UV rays, temperature changes, mould and waterproofing. The absence of resins ensures that no harmful substances are released into the environment. Available in ultra-thin sheets to be shimmed according to the desired processing. Cuts at 45° are possible, so also the creation of integrated basins, but not curved workings.
Campania is a master in this sector, boasting companies with production dating back several centuries. These include coloured terracotta, glazed ceramics also made to design, mosaic work and even tiles with 3D surfaces.
Resins and acrylic stone
Acrylic stone is a composite material consisting of ⅓ aluminium hydroxide and ⅓ acrylic resin + pigments. It has an aseptic and subtle appearance perfect for minimalist furniture. It is non-porous and therefore does not absorb liquids. However, it can change colour if in contact with direct light for long periods of time. As it is subject to thermal expansion, it is important to avoid sudden changes in temperature. Also avoid cutting directly on the top to avoid scratches. More economical solution for integrated sinks.
Special laminate treated on the surface with acrylic resins to give a special soft touch, matt and fingerprint resistant finish. Fenix® is a high-tech material resistant to scratches, abrasion, heat and solvents: thanks to its thermal reparability, it can repair any surface micro-scratches.
We offer coloured Fenix in one-piece paste which, unlike plated materials, avoids infiltration of liquids (possible in multilayer materials) and colour differences in the joints.
Innovative eco-friendly material made exclusively from 100% recycled paper and natural PetroFree™ resin obtained from cashew nuts. Thanks to the resin, paperstone boasts excellent water repellency and zero absorbency. The average cut resistance is similar to wood or laminate tops. Micro-scratches can be easily closed thanks to a specially provided oil for maintenance and care of the top. Impact resistance, excellent flexural strength and resistance up to 180°C are the characteristics of this innovative material.
An interesting aspect for Hebanon is the possibility of processing Paperstone® in a similar way to wood, in fact it can also be used for inlay work. We recommend cleaning with non-aggressive degreasers and periodic treatment with the oil supplied.