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Valcucine presents Logica Celata bar and kitchen
A great aesthetic impact paired with ground-breaking efficiency: Logica Celata, the newest member of the Logica family and the end product of brilliant research into making over space and reinventing ergonomics, has just arrived.
A sculptural unit with clean-cut, minimalist lines designed in every detail to conceal full-blown, functional organisation.
It’s available in the Bar, Kitchen and Food Preparation models, each of which contains ideas and accessories purposely designed to meet specific requirements.The typical configuration is dedicated to the kitchen, available in two sizes and designed by paying special attention to ergonomics as well as to space optimisation. The door moves upwards, giving full access to the work area including a hob, extractor and a wash area. The best accessories developed by Valcucine in recent years, such as the power strip and the accessorised shelf complemented by a chopping-board rack, knife-rack and bottle-rack turn cooking into an effortless ritual.
Everything is close at hand, ready to be used as efficiently and practically as can be. When you’ve finished, it all disappears behind the door that glides shut flush with the underlying base units, making everything look instantly clean and tidy.
The most surprising version is the new Valcucine home bar: practical, well-organised and full of the right tools. Everything is close at hand, ready to be used as efficiently and practically as can be. When you’ve finished, it all disappears behind the door that glides shut flush with the underlying base units, making everything look instantly clean and tidy.
Once closed, Logica Celata becomes an elegant piece of furniture that is further enhanced by surfaces customised using the special Vitrum Arte technique developed by Valcucine to reproduce inlaid designs on glass. Just like a compelling picture, an advert created in the 60s for Campari Soda by Franz Marangolo, an illustrator from Milan, is freely interpreted on the front of the bar in a playful style that expresses all the joy de vivre typical of that decade.
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