EuroCucina at Salone del Mobil: Editor’s Picks
Every two years, EuroCucina comes to Salone with the worlds most innovative and forward-looking designs and collaborations for the kitchen market. Here’s Construction Resources’ roundup of some of the most impressive offerings from this market.
Smeg partners with Dolce and Gabbana to expand their artist inspired culinary offerings.
Abimis takes its notes from commercial kitchens, created a rounded edge frame in a super high polished stainless steel. The result: an extraordinary kitchen cooking area that can live indoors or out.
Arclinea mixes a range of materials that showcase the effects of cold and warm materials, and integrates LED lighting throughout.
Bertazzoni introduces a new line of finishes, like antiqued copper, that add an old world charm to these modern appliances.
Boffi’s floating glass cabinets bring an airiness to kitchen design.
At Cesar’s booth, kitchens are naturally integrated into the work/living areas at home with seamless shelving and a continuous work station.
Cesar cabinetry goes bold with a super saturated coral palette.
Growing a garden of herbs and vegetables inside the kitchen at Comprex.
Cosentino’s ultracompact surface Dekton showcases the new additions that expanded its versatile range of colors in 2018.
ELLE Decor Italia teams up with over a one sponsors to showcase how millennials live. Here, a kitchen concept that focuses on easy access to supplies and a countertop that extends out for company and closes to hide the cooking area.
Electrolux debuts Visual Garden. A refrigerator that lights up to show you the produce inside. Their goal is to eliminate food waste and help consumers lead healthier lives.
The new Fendi Cucine was born from the partnership between the haute couture brand Fendi and the top brand Scic kitchens. It focuses on the new Cucine Home Professional collection, a super-luxury furnishing line designed by architect Marco Costanzi.
Franke’s Smart Deco range hood strikes a playful, colorful chord at this year’s EuroCucina. The new model boasts stunning shape and color that add a playful element of design to any kitchen. Cooking and living areas are thus combined to form a single living space.
Gaggenau newest refrigerators are stainless steel throughout, providing excellent cooling and preservation.
Ilve’s outdoor range is sleek and perfect for year round entertaining.
Ilve takes modern white and chrome and gives it a traditional twist in this European kitchen.
Irinox continues to wow with their food preservation system that blast chills food and can warm foods for dinner.
Compact living is all about efficiency. Integrating a stackable laundry unit into the kitchen saves on space and can easily be hidden by the wall of continuous cabinetry.
Marchi Cucine inspires stunning kitchen design by playing with glass and solid pieces throughout.
1, 2, 3…KitchenAid takes the sous vide trend into the built-in market. Here, the vacuum sealer sits in between the steam oven for cooking or the blast chiller for preserving.
Neff brings the farmers market to Salone with a booth filled with global staples.
Toncelli creates a magical bar cabinet with hiding spots and secret compartments throughout.
Valcucine’s creates “garage doors” for the kitchen. Simply wave your hand and the kitchen disappears behind a wall of whatever art or surface you choose.
Wolf continues to show how seamlessly their integrates appliances can stand up in any kitchen setting.