The latest innovation consists of a veneer front with an exciting surface created by its vertical groove structure. BAHIA thus draws on LEICHT’s successful surface programme BOSSA, but is different in a key design principle: in addition to the contrast between the raised surface and the grooves themselves, the special feature of BAHIA is the combination of two apparent opposites. Within any one front, the individual grooves are set asymmetrically to each other, but in the sequence of several fronts, an identical fanning structure emerges.
The individual cabinets visually merge into one piece of furniture. This special feature is created by keeping the visible vertical cut-outs dark and in the width of the classic vertical joint. This makes the milled out sections look like a joint or the joint looks like a milled out section - a perfect camouflage.