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HappyHour

Quality in details Made in Italy

Quality in details Made in Italy
The quality of the product entirely Made in Italy is reflected not only in the basic raw material that is carefully selected to be above the standard, but also in the details of the processing. In the specific foster uses 16 gauge AISI 304 stainless steel a significant thickness, which guarantees the maximum sturdiness and durability. In addition, the sink is made from a sheet folded and welded by hand, a further proof of Foster's craftsmanship in treating his products as if they were unique pieces.
 

Rail system

Rail system
Foster has designed much more than a sink: a true functional centerpiece suitable for any occasion. From Foster's point of view, the sink is a central element in the kitchen. Over the years we have cleverly interpreted its essence by developing new scenarios of use and creating new aesthetics of the product. The four-tier system of HappyHour allows you to place accessories on separate levels, giving you the freedom to customise your own workstation.
Grids, chopping boards, kits with bowls and spice racks are the utensils designed by Foster to be functional in different scenarios of use and made of high-quality materials to last over time.
 

Accessories specially designed

Accessories specially designed
The HappyHour accessories make this sink an active element in both food preparation and serving. We have created more than 22 complements: a series of grids and cutting boards plus a wide range of multifunctional containers. In the development of these elements, Foster has paid much attention to usability and sustainability; in fact, eco-compatible materials have been chosen such as Bamboo, used for cutting boards, or Foster Black, a material obtained from natural fibres and recycled vegetable waste, used for the realization of grids, and supports.
 

PVD finishes

Foster's winning choice was to expand the HappyHour collection, born in AISI 304 stainless steel, offering the 1236 x 503 mm version also in Foster PVD Gun Metal, Copper and Gold finishes.
Foster colours are obtained by treating steel with a physical process called PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) that deposits particles of noble metals on the surface. The result is an aesthetic effect with unique, refined colours and an improvement in the mechanical properties of the steel, which is more resistant to impacts and scratches.

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