EuroCucina and FTK, Technology For the Kitchen: all the latest news


Alpes Inox stand, photo Valentina Casalini

Slow life, technology and sustainability are the keywords when it comes to narrating a space transformed by the recent social changes

Once upon a time, relatively long ago, kitchens were where the whole extended family would congregate to spend time together as well as eat meals. An Italian habit, but not just Italian. The recent pandemic has taken us back to that not too distant past. We ate in the kitchen, we cooked in the kitchen, obviously, but we also worked, studied, entertained our children there, and so on. The EuroCucina exhibitors have picked up on the new trend and the ensuing demands with sensitivity, now coming up with even more convivial spaces, with a high technological content to make carrying out the traditional chores even easier,  but with open and wide-ranging liveability, as well as ad hoc solutions for smaller spaces. The finishes are elegant, often in sophisticated dark shades, but also featuring explosive colours that are a veritable paean to the joy of living.

Day 4: EuroCucina / FTK, Technology For the Kitchen

Sustainability has become an inexorable and crosscutting criterion for any brand wishing to keep step with the times and do its bit towards global wellbeing, and is channelled through meticulous and painstaking research at every stage of the production chain.

Alongside EuroCucina at the Salone del Mobile, and also treading this same “revolutionary” conceptual path, FTK, Technology For the Kitchen, is “spread” through the pavilions dedicated to the kitchen and the International Bathroom Exhibition, featuring increasingly intelligent, versatile, multifunctional and sustainable built-in electrical appliances.


DESIGNin the Kitchen exhibition, ADI, photo Valentina Casalini

DESIGNin the Kitchen is located in the middle of EuroCucina – an installation curated by the architect Alessandro Colombo with Paola Garbuglio, devoted to kitchen-related products  that have been awarded the Compasso d’Oro, drawn from the collections of the ADI Design Museum in Milan.


Ernestomeda stand, photo Valentina Casalini

Giuseppe Bavuso’s customisable kitchens for Ernestomeda borrow elements from the living areas to become  the fulcrum of family life. The preference is for natural materials, wood and stone, alongside very technical ones such as steel and glass, with traditional overhead wall units a thing of the past.


Scavolini stand, photo Valentina Casalini

Jeometrica by Luca Nichetto for Scavolini is this season’s novelty, a design that lends itself not just to kitchens but also to living rooms and bathrooms, and which softens and rounds off the shapes in clean lines that boost functionality. Alongside this project is the brand’s first outdoor kitchen.  


Stosa Cucine stand, photo Valentina Casalini

Boasting almost 100% reusable materials, the new kitchens from Stosa are made from FSC® certified timber from woods and forests  conforming to extremely stringent ecological, economic and social standards: attention that’s not just testament to the contemporary taste for clean, sharp lines but also to the brand’s concern for global wellbeing.