Every project is unrepeatable because every person is unique: this slogan of Key Cucine perfectly sums up its corporate identity. The brand founded in 1978, created by Sbabo Cucine, makes bespoke projects in a procedure that develops empathy between people and products.
Key Cucine produces almost 1000 kitchens per year, for sales of 8 million euros (doubled from 2008 to the present), 58% in Italy and 42% abroad. The main international markets of reference are France, the United Kingdom, Switzerland and the United States.
The materials library is a distinctive feature of the Vicenza-based brand, offering a vast collection of materials to respond to the needs of clients. It is a place where you can touch as well as see laminated, lacquered and acrylic panels, slabs of sintered stone and porcelain stoneware.
Key Cucine stands out for its ongoing research on materials, leading to combinations like stone and wood, glass and metal. Without overlooking the use of new ecological materials like Paperstone® derived from recycled paper, or Swanstone®.
Interior architecture thus becomes a game of balances: each collection is shaped by hand to fit the spaces of the home, person by person, thanks to the possible variations of the materials, to create tailor-made kitchens.
Kuadra, the new proposal for 2019 created by the Key team, is based on the combination of wood and marble: eucalyptus covers the doors, smoked in a warm, dark tone, with sunburst grain inspired by silk, while on the worktop Collemandina marble catches the eye with its characteristic gray color shaded towards antique rose. The shelves are in brushed brass.
The squared geometric wooden elements of these kitchens are arranged around a large central island with a length of over 4.5 meters.