A futuristic, yet concrete model: the new Vision system by Snaidero, designed by Pinifarina Design, one of the three new kitchen systems created by Snaidero, an outstanding Italian brand in the kitchen sector. Together with Vision, Snaidero’s company collection is renewed with two other special kitchen models: Link, designed by Andreucci&Hoisl, and Hera, designed by Michele Marcon.
The three systems, which are completely different in terms of style and content, cater to different project demands from both an aesthetic and functional point of view.
The Vision model stands out thanks to its fluid design and distinctly modern look, featuring a metallic lacquer for the front sections with soft grooves and a visually striking solution. The cantilever table attached to the kitchen peninsula is in fact supported by an architectural element in shaped wood with an aerodynamic design. The integrated silicone LED light strip gives it an extraordinary luminous effect. Above the cooking area, the central hood repeats the project’s distinctive feature, integrating a wooden shelf that continues the design of the island countertop support.
The Link kitchen, designed by Andreucci&Hoisl, focuses on optimizing space and efficiency, boasting a new vertical storage system, I-Wall, designed to fully exploit the free “area” above the top through three variants named S, M and L, which offer practical, spectacular solutions.
The first, S, is a 14-cm deep storage system equipped with folding doors and shelves, intended to be positioned as a back element. The second system, M, is also designed to be placed above the islands, as well as on the wall, and is 24 cm deep. I-Wall’s last system is called L and consists of newly-designed cabinets that can be positioned at different heights as desired. Instead of doors, they are fitted with mechanized sliding panels designed to move downwards so that they are flush with the worktop, enclosing the entire back area.
The Hera kitchen, distinguished by an English country style reinterpreted according to the rules of Italian taste, focuses on the room’s atmosphere. Designed by Michele Marcon, Hera stands out for its doors with an open-pore oak wood frame, painted in delicate shades such as Green Tea and Moon Oak. Its special features include the cabinets with a lower glass band, the island counter and the bases with an open compartment beneath the top.