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Salone del Mobile 2018

  • Mia by Carlo Cracco
  • Mia by Carlo Cracco
  • Boxlife Design Studio Rainlight
  • Boxlife Design Studio Rainlight
  • Boxlife Design Studio Rainlight
  • Lirica Design Raffaello Pravato
  • Lirica Design Raffaello Pravato
  • DeLinea Design Vuesse
  • Gym Space Mattia Pareschi Design
  • Gym Space Mattia Pareschi Design
  • DeLinea Design Vuesse
  • Juno Design Vuesse
  • Juno Design Vuesse
  • Carattere Vuesse Design
  • Diesel Open Workshop by Diesel Creative Team
  • Exclusiva Vuesse Design
  • Favilla Vuesse Design
  • LiberaMente Vuesse Design
  • Aquo Castiglia Associati Design
  • Baltimora Vuesse Design
  • Diesel Open Workshop by Diesel Creative Team
  • Diesel Open Workshop by Diesel Creative Team
  • Laundry Space Design Idelfonso Colombo
  • Laundry Space Design Idelfonso Colombo
  • Magnifica Design Gianni Pareschi
  • Magnifica Design Gianni Pareschi
  • Qi design Nendo
  • Qi design Nendo
  • Idro design Castiglia Associati
 
This year too, Scavolini has participated in both Eurocucina and the International Bathroom Furniture exhibitions. An additional Scavolini space was also dominating the scene at the Diesel Living stand, which hosted, as usual, the best of Italian Design firms. 
Among the great number of novelties presented at our stands, each one standing out for innovative design and commercial appeal, the undisputed “talk of the town” were: 
 
> Mia by Carlo Cracco. A magnificent domestic interpretation of the professional kitchen the distinguishing feature of which is the significant technological component. Professional multi-functional appliances with specific controls for a sophisticated kitchen, food kept warm and at constant temperatures integrated within the oven controls, a proofing function integrated within the blast chiller, a marinating function integrated within the vacuum-packing machine, the tubular aluminium hood with professional extraction: each of these appliances features customised Scavolini styling, which is also used to clad the basket fronts. In terms of styling, Mia stands out for its contrasts: to distinguish the operating area, the work areas and appliances are clad with a sturdy and hard-wearing Steel finish, while the kitchen cabinet doors are available in warmer hues, such as Clay finish Biomalta. The scenic island is equipped with a Steel monobloc with built-in cooking and washing areas, all topped by a wall-mounted totem-like structure housing a hood and drainer unit. To emphasise the collection, the stylish wall panelling embellished with wall panels equipped with accessories designed specifically for this model, such as the food-warming lamp to keep dishes warm, the wall-mounted bottle rack, the utensil-holder bars, shelves and containers for aromatic plants. 
 
> Boxlife Design Studio Rainlight. It is a smart interior design concept marked by elegance and customisation; it conceals endless functions while bringing together the living area and the sleeping area to ensure the utmost flexibility in the organisation of space. This modular, flowing project focuses on concealed environments which make it possible to create linear, corner or U-shaped solutions that are responsive to the setting, and where the undisputed starring role is played by the panelling. The cupboards with retractable doors (single and double) can house appliances or an entire kitchen, while in the bed area, the sliding door systems can be used on the wardrobe cabinet, whereas in living room areas, the folding sliding external doors suit all possible requirements. 
 
> Lirica Design Raffaello Pravato. A mesmerising stage on which elegance and romanticism play the starring roles, in its sophistication, this kitchen boasts a unique and unmistakable stylistic trait with original details that contribute towards making it a high-end solution packed with harmony. The Lirica collection is wide-ranging and capable of accommodating various styling requirements offering linear, island and peninsula kitchens with an extensive modularity, embellished by accessories and complementary elements, such as hanging racks, under wall unit accessories, dressers, dish-racks and characteristic drawer units situated next to the hob. 
 
> DeLinea Design Vuesse. A sophisticated kitchen with a metropolitan feel that stands out for its extreme sophistication and painstaking care for details, which make for a seductive and harmonious silhouette. The kitchen takes on a new architectural appeal thanks to the elegant wall panelling housing open-fronted elements and an accessorised storage bar running along the entire length of the workspace.  DeLinea makes multiple compositions possible, from islands, to corner or peninsula configurations, interpreting the handle-free kitchen with particular processing on the door: as a matter of fact, the door is opened thanks to a recessed Aluminium profile cut at a 45° angle for an easier grip and the same colour as the recessed grip profile, ensuring it matches a wide array of finishes.
 
> Gym Space Mattia Pareschi Design. The new project that  merges the bathroom and the gym. The heart of the project lies in the unprecedented reinterpretation of Gymnastics Wall Bars. The entire range revolves specifically around this piece of gym equipment, used as the base onto which additional sports equipment is applied – including benches, elastic training bands and TRX systems – and to secure the bathroom furnishing accessories - such as lights, soap dish, shelves, storage elements and mirrors. 
 
> DeLinea Design Vuesse. Here, as in the kitchen, the skilful game of colours and textures, combined with the streamlined silhouette, gives the setting unprecedented character, further embellishing it with fine details and accessories. The door with the recessed profile constitutes the genuine signature feature of this charming and original proposal.  The wall-mounted base unit and the dedicated line of accessories - which includes taps, shelves and towel rails - complete the collection, and are available in white, brass and aluminium finish.
 
> Juno Design Vuesse. Simple silhouettes, clear geometric shapes and minimal styling. A game of volumes and perfect functionality that make it possible to liaise with the surrounding space through sophisticated shapes. With its exclusive solutions, the range guarantees style and originality in settings of any size, and it stands out for its superior styling quality, enhanced modularity and painstaking care for details. From a stylistic perspective, the leitmotiv of this collection is the door with J-shaped handle grip which ensures ergonomically-designed, simple furnishings.
 
Finally, on display, other models best known to the public: Carattere, Diesel Open Workshop, Exclusiva, Favilla and LiberaMente and for kitchen furniture and Aquo, Baltimora, Diesel Open Workshop, Idro, Laundry Space, Magnifica and Qi for bathroom furniture.