It wasn't quick. We had to study the project in depth and consider several options, besides going at the client's site to view the wood, touch it, look at it from various angles. We have analyzed the kitchen dimensions, trying to understand the desired effect and the tones of the reflections of each material onto the other in the points of contact between the them.
We suggested the Titaniox finish, which with its nacreous hue reflects the rays of light the same way wood does, while in the shade it darkens, giving the appearance of volcanic rocks.
The large hood at the center of the room looks like a monolith carved a thousands years ago, right around the time when the wood would have begun its process of mineralization. The metal that perfectly covers the client's wood has required precision welding for a total of 1000 mm (3.28 ft) to the corners. The sliding planes, still in titaniox finish, have seen the design and creation of the special tub and the raised block lines following the wood provided by the client, with necessary attempts to ensure that the movement of the lid had the fluidity requested by the project, treating also the faucet with the same finish.