The Venus Kitchen by Pininfarina for Snaidero

Striking in a high gloss lacquer. Contemporary in an ebony matte wood. Touchable in a leathery Microtouch. All of these finishes and coinciding effects come in a collective thirty-nine colorways or glosses that comprise the Venus kitchen – a customizable design by Paolo Pininfarina for Snaidero.

The Venus Kitchen. Designed by Pininfarina. Manufactured by Snaidero.

Like a Pininfarina-designed Automobile, the Contour Lines and Modern Finishes of the Venus Kitchen by Snaidero Provide Plentiful Storage and a Clean Profile.

Turn a contoured countertop into a cooking/table area and use it as a focal point in your kitchen. With the Venus, a variety of appliances can be stored easily, utensils can be fitted in the sloped surface of the countertop, and cupboards of all shapes and sizes meet your every need. That’s seems to be the thing about Venus: she’s adaptable, equipped for all occasions, and clearly, one of the most bold and beautiful on the market today.

The Venus Kitchen. Designed by Pininfarina. Manufactured by Snaidero.

The finishes are what make this kitchen collection truly stand out, however. Thirty-five color choices makeup the high gloss lacquer finish on the surfaces of the cabinets. If sensation to the touch is desired, try the leather-inspired Microtouch approach to the culinary area that leaves an Ink Black or Coral Red leather material sublime to the touch. Lastly, opt for the Ebony Matte and High Gloss choices of wood finish to the varied depths, lengths, and heights of every kitchen component.

The Venus Kitchen. Designed by Pininfarina. Manufactured by Snaidero.

With the Venus by Pininfarina for Snaidero, design meets functionality with a blast of color, a shot of tactility, or a natural effect all while keeping with the most contemporary of kitchen trends.

About the Designer: Paolo is the youngest son of Sergio Pininfarina, head of the homonymous company known worldwide for the design of Ferrari and Maserati cars. Paolo is Chairman and CEO of Pininfarina Extra, a company specialized in industrial, furnishing, architectural and nautical design. Among his projects are the Keating Hotel in San Diego, the Olympic Torch for the Turin 2006 Winter Games and designs of consumer products for Gancia, Ray-Ban and Mizuno.

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