Precious materials and new looks in the kitchen


  • The Frame kitchen is one of the top-of-the-range models that best represents Snaidero’s “philosophy”. Designed by Massimo Iosa Ghini, it has been embellished with new details and an original mica lacquer. This is an exclusive finish by Snaidero that is produced by using a special ferrous mineral, mica, which is broken down into tiny flakes, giving an even brighter effect to the metallic lacquer.
  • The Code system is enhanced by the island designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, a sculptural block made of black and white DuPont Corian® fitted with a hob, sink and social area. The Code island project resulted from the workstation originally created for the apartments in the 520 West 28th Stl building in New York, also designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, from which it takes its unmistakable fluid design.
  • Architect Marco Piva designed the Arte model. Arte is finished with sophisticated lacquered textures or wood, featuring a block-cupboard concept and customizable islands, produced in various sizes depending on customers' needs.
  • The Artex model features an essential layout and advanced aesthetics, defined by details such as the throat handle, the special window frames, the slatted doors and the extractor bases, with a sliding front and interior equipped with drawers of different sizes. The steel island with a flamed Fossena stone top is enhanced by the multifunctional Factory hood.  It is surrounded by fitted cupboards.
  • The preview of the new  Artematica composition  (designed by Gabriele Centazzo) combines glass and stone: this is the central idea of the project, a unique piece created to celebrate 30 years since Valcucine's first glass kitchen. The model features special Vitrum Grafico fronts, printed with a "butterfly wing" digital texture, and the Cardoso stone monobloc basin, inspired by the design of ancient springs.
  • Produced using an artisan process and entirely made of AISI 304 steel, the Ego model (designed by Alberto Torsello) is renewed with a special glossy finish. The blocks that make up the kitchen, which are specifically designed and constructed for each project, are now also available with a mirrored effect. Standout features of Ego are the handles with rounded corners and the radial doors perfectly integrated in the structure.
  • A combination of the design of architect Franco Driusso, creative director of Arrital, and the expertise of starred chef Andrea Berton, AKB_08 is no longer a project, but a reality. It consists of a Floating Core frame door and special elements to make the work top more efficient: the Focus On lighting design system, the removable tray-chopping board and the multi-functional Twice top. AKB_08 was awarded the "Good Design Award 2016".
  • Designed by Alberto Minotti, Hanami is the innovative kitchen unveiled during design week. The model marks a return to tradition with a concealed handle on the door. Its design is inspired by Japanese shoji sliding walls, from which it takes the square pattern of the front and sides, made of fossil wood. Two marbles are combined for the tops and backs: Lericy and Versilys Gold.
  • Soul, a system designed by Guseppe Bavuso, is updated with special technical solutions and matt or metal-effect lacquers. The front parts of the solution are lacquered with Flat Matt Moka; the Bay wash block and the lowered cooking area, equipped with a heat-treated oak Quik chopping board, are made of Toffee Brown marble with a Leather finish. There is a Medley back-base structure on the back of the island.
  • Samària is the new kitchen premiered in the Del Tongo Solferino flagship store, a model created by the Research and Development Center with Alfonso Arosio. The standout feature of the design is the fluid, asymmetric opening handle, defined by rounded corners with a 2mm radius. The 14mm-thick doors are made of Fenix NTM ®, a matt surface that is soft to the touch and anti-fingerprint, made using nanotechnology.
  • Designed by Antonio Citterio, Principia is a new island solution with smoked oak doors and a glossy Emperador marble top, Hide top hood and Opus bench with smoked oak Olimpia stools and Miele appliances from the Artline series. A standout feature is the stainless steel with a PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) finish in the Steelia Collection, which is presented here in a Bronze color on the integrated handles and the Bronze PVD Double Shelf with LED.
  • The Diesel Open Workshop has an industrial-inspired style that combines glamorous and informal elements. It is an exclusive project created by the collaboration of the prestigious Scavolini and Diesel brands, which also extends to the bathroom environment. The kitchen is characterized by its modular metal iron tube structures and doors with an aluminum frame and smoked wire glass or flutes glass panel.
  • For outdoor cooking and dining, the company presents the  Modulnova Outdoor  (designed by Andrea Bassanello), a system made of solid and authentic materials. To the wood oven is attached the cooking area with fryer, teppanyaki grill and induction. On the opposite side, the washing area in Pietra Piasentina marble supports the peninsula table made of solid wood slats.

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22 GIU 2017
New interpretations of the Kitchen Experience

The most prestigious companies in the industry are back to present their updated products, alongside a few new additions. Naturally, a preview was offered during the Fuori Salone in April, a circuit that is more popular than ever and was enlivened by countless showcooking events featuring famous chefs such as Alessandro Borghese, who performed for Ernestomeda and Febal Casa, and Sonia Peronaci for Doimo. But there are more innovative proposals. Kitchens are the protagonists anyway, redesigned with precious finishes: natural stone for the tops and polished steel, glass and metal lacquers for the fronts. While most of the companies in the industry have focused on developing models launched at Eurocucina last year, other brands have instead opted to create new products, notably Minotticucine with Hanami, Del Tongo with Samària and Boffi with the sculptural Code island, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects.