The stylish Velcucine by Gabriele Centazzo

Velcucine has always focused on client satisfaction. This is the way it’s supposed to be but it’s rarer that you might expect. Anyway, this is a new creation from the same company. It’s a very stylish and also functional kitchen collection. It has been designed by Gabriele Centazzo.

The design is very simple. In fact, it’s the same minimalism that we often see in contemporary creations. It’s the traditional kitchen unit but simpler and more functional. It’s also more stylish and colorful. Using traditional designs as a model, the creators of this unique piece managed to perfection a few aspects in order to improve the interaction between the user the kitchen.

This is the new back section from Velcucine. It’s able of containing and concealing, when necessary, all the kitchen equipment including the dish drainer, weighing scales, small appliances, removable cooking receptacles, bottle-racks, power sockets, a monitor, a kitchen roll holder, the tap, hooks for utensils and even a cooker hood.

This way you can have everything right there when you need it but you can also hide everything when you’re not using it. It’s innovative, ingenious and very functional. It’s a design that would easily complement any kitchen but it would look best in larger areas. Still, you can adapt it to your own home.

Published by in Kitchen, on December 18th, 2011


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