Launch Slideshow

Kitchen concepts from Arclinea

Kitchen concepts from Arclinea

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    New this year, Laevia, derived from the Latin word meaning “smooth,” stands up to stains, scratches, and heat. The system uses satin laminate and melamine wood applied to the company’s 100 percent recycled regenerated wood panel.

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    The new Artusi Island is a freestanding, outdoor version of the company’s Artusi kitchen designed by Antonio Citterio and is compact enough to make a professional cooking setup functional in a home environment.

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    Convivium’s large single island combines appliances, counter, and table space for a single, highly functional design element.

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    Lignum plays on contrasting material—stone and wood or stainless steel and wood—to create a sculpturelike island that incorporates a ceiling-mounted range hood and visually connects with the nearby tall wall cabinetry and wine conservation units.

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    The integrated double-pocket doors of the Spatia kitchen facilitate combining kitchen and living areas while increasing functionality in smaller spaces by hiding cooking, laundry, storage, and wardrobe elements behind a streamlined wall of doors. A table-height island also helps to meld the kitchen and living spaces.

Arclinea’s Italian-designed integrated kitchen systems streamline design and maximize space. The systems include panels made from 100 percent recycled and regenerated FSC-certified larch, mahogany, and oak and use nontoxic paints and lacquers that are E-1 certified for formaldehyde emission. View the concepts in the accompanying slideshow. Arclinea, 39.0444.394111; www.arclinea.it.