Artematica Vitrum Arte by Valcucine
At this year's EuroCucina in Milan, Italian brand Valcucine revealed its Artematica Vitrum glass with new patterns inspired by Middle Eastern mosaics.
Designed by Gabriele Centazzo, Aretmatica Vitrum features 100% recyclable glass base units housed within a recycled aluminum frame.
Slim and clean-cut, the Artematica Vitrum base unit system is joined using only mechanical joints without the use of glues and formaldehyde, making it easy to assemble and disassemble. As well as being vapour and heat resistance, the use of glass considerably reduces the volume of material used, meaning less waste of energy and resources.
The patterns are made using a special technique to create various inlaid decors on glass: a very high-tech process that is deeply-rooted in handicraft tradition. The drawings are cut out of coloured film and applied to tempered glass panels by hand. These panels will then become the kitchen's doors, worktops and side panels.
For more information visit www.valcucine.com
About the manufacturer: Valcucine is an Italian kitchen brand concerned with the environment and the wellbeing of its clients. Founded in 1980 by Giovanni Dino Cappellotto, Gabriele Centazzo, Franco Corbetta and Silvio Verardo, the Italian brand brought young kitchen furniture designers to the attention of a global audience. The brand combines traditional Italian craftsmanship with cutting edge technology to create high quality, stylish kitchens.
This article was first published on AF New York, in cooperation with DesignerPages.
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