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VITA BELLA. A tribute to the poliedric italian style. 14.01.2020

Vita bellais a kitchen able to harmonize elements from the past and the Italian manufacturing tradition, with contemporary ‘ingredients’. Through its different versions offers multiple possibilities of reinterpretation of classic taste, and is not by chance that it is considered as the collection with a more traditional taste compared to the most modern LAB 13, the ARAN Cucine ‘extra-storage’ system, based on multiples of 13 cm. Proposed in many colours and finishes, this kitchen, thanks to the combination of different elements as well, confers a touch of unicity to each environment.

Core of the project are the doors, framed or smooth, optical or with decorations, which combine each time with simple volumes, or with sinusoidal and curved cabinets, giving freedom of composition, typical of ARAN Cucine.  All different versions of Vita Bella meet different styles, adapting this way to a classic or a more contemporary taste.

Most suitable to a modern living concept, the composition sees a big island as guest star, with its soft and round lines in matt corda lacquered finish, embellished by a travertine sanded resin worktop and customized with a leather durmast snack table.

More elegant and traditional is the Vita Bella version in which all framed doors with handle are matched with lacquered framed and smoked glass wall units. All gray nuances combine harmoniously with the Carrara Marble shades, chosen as work top, and with the dust durmast snack table.

Contemporary, almost industrial, is the composition studied to give max relief to the materials. An essentially designed island, underlined by smooth doors for which a new finish was created: liquid copper metal lacquer; an original colour which recreates the metal sheet effect on the door, enhancing all its features.

Vita bella is a tribute to the most poliedric Italian style, a kitchen able to adapt continuously to tastes and trends, confirming again the huge versatility of ARAN Cucine.

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