Monday, June 25, 2012

Italian(and a bit of French) design month-A kitchen a day!

Mobalpa’s Omega Havana kitchen is full of rich coffee colors paired with a distinctive layered ash. The warm browns and hip fashion of London’s most fashionable neighborhoods create a seductive atmosphere.
It all started 100 years ago, in 1907, with a cabinetmaking workshop in Thônes, in the French Alps, where various wooden objects were made, especially kitchen cabinets.
The workshop grew, and then in 1949 branched out, with the creation of the Mobalpa brand name and the first unit-based kitchens. Nowadays, Mobalpa has 3 production sites in France employing more than 1000 people.

The brand has already brought satisfaction to more than a million customers with fully customized kitchens.

Italian design month-A kitchen a day! 

Giovanni Offredi’s from Snaidero presents The kube, a contemporary Italian kitchen. It’s crisp lines and contemporary look simply draw you in. Over-arching lamp set in a commanding marble base, the warmth of natural wood and clean stainless steel make this kitchen truly unique and very welcoming.

Giovanni Offredi was born in Milan in 1927. he bagan working from 1963 - 1965. He entered the design world perfecting "his acute aesthetic-technical analysis of the product." He was a member of the A.D.I from 1973 to 1990. He has been recommended for the "Compasso d’oro" twice. He has won 5 recommendations and "Premio SMAU", and received three "Oscar de la nouveautè" in Paris. His work is present in the Museum of Modern Art in New York and at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He is the author of the compositions in Milan, Paris, Koln, New York and of the Bayer Visona in Frankfurt in 1985.

Italian design month-A kitchen a day! 

Composition and wide range of materials and finishings (glossy and mat laquered), combination of glass and laminate and irresistible combination of natural and dark oak is what makes Sinetika kitchen from Arrital cucine absolutely perfect.The kitchen is not just a place where you eat food. It is a space where your rituals unfold. The ritual of living. It is K (itchen) Culture.

Friday, June 15, 2012

A small achievement worth to be celebrated: one of my kitchen has made it on the cover of Kitchen and Bathroom magazine, Victoria edition. I can't say I am not happy! 
So now, when you need a new kitchen, you know where to find me!

Italian design month-A kitchen a day!

Modular Kitchen From MK Cucine ‘Size Program’ is a harmonious combination of wood, stainless steel and glossy panels of black and white.

Mk comes from a production in which the experience totally Italian craftsmanship, technological innovation and design dialogue for forty years continuously striving for excellence .. The constant focus on quality and detail have gradually given rise to a ' company capable of combining constructive knowledge of carpentry craftsmanship with innovation and research of contemporary industry. An artisan matrix together with a modern industrial park, extremely flexible and efficient, allowing for mk to realize kitchens and living spaces in which the quality and level of customization of the product are high. The use of natural materials and a manual production entirely internal to single kitchen, then generate the exclusivity of unique and high quality design that expresses itself through a rigorous, innovative and

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Italian design month-A kitchen a day!
Methra by Arrital Cucine is an advanced kitchen created to provide communication between spaces in your home. This kitchen is more a three dimensional statement than a meal machine.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Italian design month-A kitchen a day!

From Mobalco’s power and technology collection the Aero 2 kitchen is like it’s name says a breath of fresh air in you home. Built in lights, bold and refined form provide that clean and fresh feeling not many kitchens have.

I am a big fan of Italian kitchen design, and although not every idea is suitable for Australian home environment, they are inspiring and surprising.