Valcucine opens its luxurious experience centre in Ahmedabad
FEB 21, 2019 | By Esha Pal
The unconventional Valcucine kitchens Ahmedabad showroom has been designed as an interactive space. The space covers 200 square metres and showcases a refined selection of the company’s iconic kitchens that summarises the breadth and versatility of the whole collection. The store features an interesting array of future-forward functions through its brand new collection. Units designed individualistically has characteristics that promote the utmost freedom of movement in the kitchen.
The salient features such as the smart and patented V-motion system, a slight movement of a hand is all it takes to simultaneously open the door, turn the tap around and switch the backsplash lights on and more. These elements work effortlessly to create a modern home setting. The vibrant metallic effects of titanium – used for the first time in a kitchen – and the special glass processing techniques exclusive to Valcucine are just some of the novelties in store.
The store talks to the Indian market with its virtuous and suave language about the state of art products, with apt choices of materials, pure volumes, and with intense and organic atmospheres. “This is the start of a year that will be full of events all over the world,” says Giuseppe Di Nuccio, CEO of Italian CreationGroup and Valcucine.
“This new store will be added to the list of the ones already opened in Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad and Bangalore and will further strengthen the presence of the Italian brand in India, a strategic market which we love.” For more than thirty-five years now, Valcucine – a partner of the Altagamma Foundation – has been standing out for the design and production of high-end kitchens unique in their kind, revolutionising the basics of this sector and of a prestigious production chain, developed in the Italian “kitchen valley” district near Pordenone to deliver excellence in terms of innovation, eco-sustainability and craftsmanship.
Since 2015, Valcucine has been a member of ItalianCreationGroup, an Italian luxury concern headed by CEO Giuseppe Di Nuccio and boasting prestigious brands such as Driade, FontanaArte and Toscoquattro.