Designing a kitchen means building a space around very specific desires. Arredo3 offers over 600 different finishes to make them

The kitchen is one of those sectors that has a separate place in design. The construction complexity and the high level of customization make the catalogs real encyclopedias of finishes, materials and colors. The strength of Arredo3 is based on this design and production flexibility. Over twenty models in production and a choice of over 600 finishes: an offer that seeks the synthesis of craftsmanship, technology and research.

“The possibility of customizing a kitchen in all its aspects is the core business of our brand” explains Arredo3. “We create custom-made kitchens for the most diverse functional, aesthetic and space needs. Customization is, therefore, one of our founding values, accompanied by the quality of made in Italy and design ". Each Arredo3 kitchen is designed to be able to adapt with great flexibility to the requests of the end customer. After all, one of the most evident specificities of the sector is the method of choice and design. The product is studied in every detail to be designed together with the end customer.

For this modularity of volumes, combination of materials and finishes, color palette and compositional flexibility are very important for Arredo3. Kronos, for example, is a model that represents Arredo3's focus on personalization and client driven strategy. The versatility of Kronos makes each composition unique, also thanks to the different materials: Laminam, glass, wood, laminates, HPL and Fenix-NTM. The variants presented here are designed for large spaces, comfortable kitchens that become convivial places.

“We are faced with a question that has become more expert over time, thanks also to the possibility of finding information independently”, say from Arredo3. "The final customer often has a very precise idea of ​​the kitchen he would like and formulates a more articulated question in many respects".

This Kronos first composition proposal sees two distinct operational areas, with separate washing and cooking but connected by volumes designed to make the environment fluid and the transition from one function to another. The division between the volumes is emphasized by the use of different materials: tops in gray Laminam Pietra di Savoia, matt shadow gray lacquered paneling, trays with ebony oak sides, all elements that act as both decorative and functional elements. For the islands, doors with aluminum frame and ceramic plate, resistant to scratches and heat.

In the second proposal, on the other hand, the top changes thickness to coincide with the washing block, highlighting the operational area. On the island there is also the Modus equipped channel resting on two levels. The columns are interspersed with Air titanium open elements. The lightness of the doors is given by the thin titanium painted aluminum frame. The tall units in Jaipur red Fenix, capacious as a pantry and perfect as containers for accessories and appliances, allow you to make the most of vertical space.