Los Angeles, CA, April 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Stunning ambiances. New materials with functional and aesthetic impact. A reinterpretation of kitchen ergonomics. The classic made contemporary. Space transformed into pure emotion. These are the concepts that Snaidero is presenting this week (April 17-22) at Eurocucina, the world famous biennial kitchen tradeshow hosted in Milan, Italy.
5 different designers , the company will present
5 kitchens (3 new ones and 2 evolutions of existing models), all reflecting Snaidero’s own interpretation of the most popular trends in modern kitchen design.
HERA | Michele Marcon Design
English Country Style, with a Contemporary Twist
With this project, Snaidero continues to address the strong demand for kitchens that use different stylistic influences from past and present and are therefore aesthetically versatile.
HERA’s design concept takes inspiration from the English country “chic” style; it then puts a twist on it by adding contemporary accents (to enhance functionality) and Nordic flavors (mostly through the choice of materials). The cross-contamination of styles is so subtly executed that is hard to tell where one ends and the other begins. The result is an effortless, peaceful, and elegant mood.
VISION | Pininfarina Design
Pure Emotion Born from Innovation
In VISION, style and technology come together to deliver a new experience of the kitchen. It’s a design centered on flowing surfaces and perfect geometries, all reflecting Pininfarina’s very unique approach to aesthetics and engineering. The result is a fluid space that is pure sensation, while also being extremely user-centered in terms of functionality.
VISION represents the 8th design collaboration between Snaidero and Pininfarina, joining an impressive list of iconic and award-winning kitchen projects developed over the last 28 years: Idea, Ola, Viva, Venus, Ola20, OLA25 (Limited Edition), and Aria.
LINK | Andreucci & Hoisl Design
Re-Imagining Kitchen Ergonomics
Open your mind to a new concept of kitchen organization, where aesthetics and practicality go hand in hand. With just a few details and essential lines, LINK revolutionizes kitchen functionality, focusing on the crucial area between base cabinets and wall units. The project delivers 3 different ways to utilize that space based on user preferences and even hide the operational unit when not in use.
With LINK, Snaidero continues a design partnership with architects Alessandro Andreucci and Christian Hoisl focused on space organization. Their first collaboration was Passepartout, Snaidero’s kitchen accessories collection (an open and flexible system of containers and storage solutions).
FRAME | Iosa Ghini Design
Transitional Design, Perfected
At Eurocucina 2018, Snaidero is also presenting an evolution of its FRAME kitchen - a Massimo Iosa Ghini model originally introduced at Eurocucina 2 years ago which has since met market success and won the 2017 GOOD DESIGN™ Award.
The kitchen follows the increasingly popular wave of transitional design, taking classic style elements and making them new through modern touches aimed at updating both aesthetic and functional features. For example, the classic framed door is streamlined by recessed handles while the large, visually imposing extractor hood and shelf systems are kept light by the use of simple lines.
The new version of FRAME will be presented through a large, elegant display with stunning ambiance.
WAY Materia | Snaidero Design
Elevating the Kitchen Space through Stunning Materials
In WAY Materia, the materials are the uncontested protagonist of the kitchen. The model itself has an extremely minimalist design, well suited to let the innovative Laminam ceramic finishes for cabinet doors and countertops take center stage.
These slabs of pure porcelain stoneware – manufactured using cutting-edge technologies – give the kitchen a sophisticated “skin” that offers architectural presence and great practicality. The finish is extremely resistant to wear, tear, fire, heat, and scratches, as well as hygienic and antibacterial (you can literally prep food right on the surfaces).
The composition to be presented at Eurocucina will introduce a new ceramic finish (in addition to the 4 already available) in an interesting pairing with another finish.
Images available upon request.
Snaidero at Eurocucina 2018: PADIGLIONE 11, STAND B25 C 24
About Snaidero USA
Snaidero USA is the exclusive North American distributor of Snaidero kitchen cabinets, for almost 40 years, Snaidero USA has offered the finest in luxury Italian kitchen design to North America and Central America through a retail network of 21 showrooms. Snaidero USA also serves the multi-housing industry, partnering with top developers like, Howard Hughes Corporation, Fortune International Group, Turnberry, AEG, ASPAC Developments and the CMC Group, for over 170 projects completed to date. Today, under the leadership of its President, Comm. Dario Snaidero, Snaidero USA is the leader in North-American imports of European kitchen cabinets. Through its Snaidero USA Living collection, the company also offers made-in-Italy furniture for bathrooms and closets. The kitchens are made of eco-friendly, non-toxic materials through production processes with limited impact towards the environment. Snaidero USA is a member of the US Green Building Council. For more information, please visit www.snaidero-usa.com.
About Snaidero R. SpA (Italy)
Founded in 1946, Snaidero is Italy’s leading manufacturer of high-end kitchen cabinets. A wealth of experience built over 70 years of tradition and innovation. Always at the forefront of style and innovation, Snaidero partners with world-renowned artists, architects, and industrial designers, such as Ferrari stylist Pininfarina, international architect Massimo Iosa Ghini and acclaimed Italian designers Lucci and Orlandini, to create top-of-the-line products manufactured with environmental responsibility.
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