Since 1957, Pedini has been a leading role in the history of the kitchen design world. For over fifty years now, Pedini’s exceptional style and design makes them a class above the rest – from the curved compositions, the integration of appliances, flush handles, no handles and unique materials, every Pedini kitchen has a design language that separate it from its competitors. And now, with the “Arts & Crafts” collection, kitchen aficionados
have even more to marvel over.
Designed by Alfredo Zengiaro, an internationally renowned architect for interior design for industrial production, and in particular for kitchens, the Arts & Crafts is a collection that exudes simplicity and purity, whilst having all the functions that make a kitchen truly remarkable. With minimal beauty and real qualities that can characterise a kitchen, this collection is purposefully elegant.
Natural essences, ferrous features, solid wood and porcelain surfaces characterise a style that takes two distinct and complementary directions: ‘Urban Chic’ and ‘Rustic Charme’ – all with the the use of metals. Beauty is reflected via the “vintage – innovation” theme within the new “Arts & Crafts” collection by Pedini. Minimal and demure, this collection perfectly portrays a modern kitchen ideal for any home.
Here, the Urban Chic style is expressed through pewter, while the Rustic Charme style uses weathered steel. Metal is on the scene, in two finishes oxidised by time, whose expressive power integrates with the porcelain and different woods. This creates many sensorial combinations that are recalling the past with a look to the future.
With the option for maximum customisation, all kitchens can be unique – from the materials that are used, to the handle options and even the furniture, where tables, chairs, armchairs and stools are stylistically consistent with the lines and materials of the Arts & Crafts collection and at the same time are extremely comfortable and functional.