Kitchens, spaces for living in

Edge by Veneta Cucine

Edge by Veneta Cucine

Multifunctional spaces that can adapt to different situations throughout the day with made to measure solutions combining good looks and innovation. Here’s a selection of the most iconic pieces.

Our domestic spaces have undergone a major evolution over the last year. Our homes have become our prime refuge, safe and welcoming, and open to new activities. Kitchens have become open spaces used for a variety of purposes: they’re where we get together with our family and friends for convivial interaction, but they’re also where we spend hours working.  They’re fluid spaces that dialogue with the world around them, and their keywords are flexibility and versatility. Many companies are responding to these new demands by designing increasingly customisable spaces with ongoing research into details, materials, finishes, compositions and technological solutions that cater to different needs and tastes. 

ARAN Cucine (Pav 03 - Stand 16 B)

Oasi, designed by Stefano Boeri Architetti for ARAN Cucine, is not just an actual living concept, but a cultural and social one too. It symbolises the relationship between man and nature, an intimate space, a prime setting for learning to live in harmony with oneself and with others. Nature is the overriding theme, with a tree set in the middle of the island, re-evoking family values. A place for people to meet, interact and grow. A huge amount of research has gone into it from the point of innovation and technology, ensuring that the monobloc that makes up the kitchen is truly multifunctional. One can rotate around the free-standing cell to carry out all the processes involved with food, from its conservation to its preparation, its consumption and its recycling. The top has two sliding wings, enabling it to be turned into a dining table, boosting conviviality. 

Oasi by Aran Cucine

Oasi by Stefano Boeri Architetti for ARAN Cucine

Febal Casa (Pav 03 - Stand E 25)

The expression of a contemporary lifestyle and maximum freedom of composition, the exceptional materials and details of the CHARME 37 kitchen from Febal Casa’s EMOZIONA express the brand’s passion, know-how and capacity for innovation. A modern, linear construction made up of wall columns and a central island that dominates the scene, its aesthetics in constant dialogue with its functionality, makes for an integrated kitchen system. The island is its beating heart, distinguished by the innovative Horizon Y cross-sliding top, which allows the hob to be easily concealed. When open it can increase the size of the worktop or turn into a comfortable breakfast bar. The aluminium MODULAR elements positioned between the worktop and the wall units serve to increase the space, thanks to the removable storage trays, while the aluminium-framed glass doors, in a range of finishes, enclose and display the contents of the cupboards.

Charme 37 by FEBAL Casa

Charme 37 by FEBAL Casa 

DADA MOLTENI&CO (Pav 02 - Stand A 23)

Intersection, the new project by Vincent Van Duysen for Dada, is a strongly expressive kitchen with sophisticated details. A project that plays with proportions, thicknesses and a mix of refined materials. It’s a system with an infinite range of linear and corner island compositions that create patterns of light and shade. The generating element of the project is the 50-millimetre worktop: a sculptural detail that creates a “gully” at the bottom, allowing doors and drawers to be opened without handles. A new material, natural Breccia Capraia, characterised by splendid striations of dark colour, makes every top, backrest or riser into a unique piece. Lastly, the inlay on the doors underscores the natural character of the wood and highlights the plasticity of the lacquered surfaces.

Intersection by DADA

Intersection by Vincent Van Duysen for DADA 

Gruppo Lube (Pav 03 – Stand D 18)

Flavour from Lube brings classic and contemporary together in a single solution, born of intensive research. A sophisticated and versatile kitchen that can be interpreted in different styles, adapting to any domestic requirement or taste, thanks to the different types of doors and the multitude of possible finishes. The classic mood boasts sophisticated and elegant finishes that create a timeless beauty. In this composition, the metal handles marry with the refined shades of grey to shape the character of the model. The contemporary classic mood is eclectic and surprising, thanks to dark shades, like the sepia black combined with metallic finishes such as brushed nickel and the sophisticated brass finish hood. Lastly, the contemporary mood makes for a youthful and attractive kitchen, with colours such as Persian red, misty blue, asphalt grey oak, leather-look oak given free rein, along with the industrial-style hood and the Cover boiserie in a dark silver finish.

Flavour by Lube

Flavour contemporary mood by LUBE 

Gruppo Lube – Creo Kitchens (Pav 03 – Stand D 18)

Creo Kitchens has come up with the new tailor-made Tablet Wood kitchen, in a welcoming, minimalist design. Here, wood reigns supreme, bringing warmth and authenticity to the spaces, along with the highest technological standards and functional design. The collection boasts 6 new wood finishes in warm, natural shades: natural oak, white oak, grey oak, muscat oak, smoked oak and black oak. The Wood doors are made of oak veneered wood particle panels that have undergone a transparent varnishing process that uses ECCIMERI technology. This particular treatment bestows an ultra-matte surface to the doors, with a soft-touch effect and greater scratch resistance.

Tablet Wood by Creo Kitchens

Tablet Wood by Creo Kitchens

Scavolini and Diesel Living (Pav 03 – Stand B 11)

The Diesel Get Together Kitchen was created by Scavolini in partnership with Diesel Living, the rock lifestyle brand that has always stood out for its evocative language. The new kitchen has been conceived as a versatile and customisable system, reflecting a modern style thanks to new shades and textures. The concept rests on blocks of colour and materials, making for a fluid space ripe for conviviality and comfort in everyday living. Numerous industrial-style details, such as metal elements and screws, accentuate the bold design, with a choice of a recessed handle or two different bridge handles in Titanium finish. The design is rounded off by the painted metal Misfits storage system, designed to bridge the space between the kitchen and the living area. 

Diesel Get Together Kitchen by Scavolini 

Diesel Get Together Kitchen by Scavolini 

Prestige (Pav 03 – Stand H 07)

Prestige is presenting its new Diamante collection, bound to appeal to the taste and demands of lovers of classic elegance, bringing technology and essentiality together with a bespoke production programme and artisan attention to every detail. The new range is informed by careful materials research, with Canaletto wood free to show off its fascinating effect. The particular wood flame process calls for very painstaking selection of raw material and huge craftsmanship. It’s a sophisticated kitchen in which each component is contextualised within the space, designed, customised and, prior to delivery, tested by the company, attesting to its having been “Made in Prestige”.

Diamante by Prestige 

Diamante by Prestige 

TM Italia (Pav 01 - Lane G 02, Module B2)

TM Italia, which produces tailor-made high-end kitchens, is showcasing RUA – designed by Ruadelpapavero – which won the XXVI ADI Compasso d’Oro in 2020. It’s a greatly appealing project reminiscent of the industrial style of New York lofts, its distinctive features are the three-dimensional work on the doors, creating a linear milled design which, along with the Scannellato Belga glass fronts, emphasises its tribute to the romantic atmospheres of artisan workshops. The doors and drawers are covered with sought-after, black-grooved natural Eucalyptus frisé, while the island worktop comes in Guatemala green marble, and the two column display cabinets feature Scannellato Belga fluted glass.

Rua by TM Cucine

Rua by TM Cucine

Veneta Cucine (Pav 03 - Stand F 19)

Veneta Cucine’s new Edge kitchen system is an expression of the most intimate meaning of the ‘modernico’ or retro-modern concept with a harmonious marriage of antique and modern, opposing trends that, when perfectly proportioned, enrich the space in a balanced manner. Its main features are the smooth matte or shiny glass door and the dedicated opening system. The glass door is a complex design element, made up of different materials and finishes that highlight the essence of the product and its uniqueness. The grip is integrated vertically into the thickness of the column doors and horizontally in the those of the base. The composition develops in a complete manner and rotates around the island, which is equipped for the main kitchen functions: washing, preparation and cooking. The storage systems are contained in the columns, which conceal a capacious larder as well and the fridge.

Edge by Veneta Cucine

Edge by Veneta Cucine 

17 September 2021