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ICONIC KITCHEN

The kitchens that made our history, during the last sixty years.
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Tetrix kitchen by Michael Young.
In 2010 the Atelier kitchen by Studio Vuess enter the Scavolini catalog: it is a model of sober and elegant workmanship, “free from schemes, easy to configure”.
Flux is a model designed by Giugiaro Design that marries the new research line formal and technological undertaken by Scavolini at the beginning of the new century.

2004-2011

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In 1992 Giuliano Cappelletti and Enzo Pozzoli begin their collaboration with Scavolini signing Petunia, a kitchen in wood with colored inserts.
Gemma in 1991 was a model characterized by the contrast between parts linear and rounded.
In 1990 Lietta was a kitchen characterized from a wide range of customizations.

1990-1992

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Dandy, by Studio Vuesse, was one of the largest successes in history of our company
One of the iconic Scavolini kitchens that made our history.
In 1982 Enrico Tonucci signs Trapezio, a completely innovative model, designed for the public young and characterized by a very light structure in beech wood that cages the wall units and appliances. The ideal kitchen to be inserted in environments small and informal, like the new urban apartments.

1982-1986

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Merry is a kitchen with very clean and essential lines.
Connye is a kitchen that knows how to speak an ancient language with modern words. A mature, elegant design balance of shapes and materials. There is that touch of nostalgia for the countryside and the flavor of a bygone era which appeals to those who seek in the strength of tradition a fixed point so as not to be overwhelmed by the flow of time, pressed by modernity. Connye looks to the past and is ahead of everyone. It becomes an extraordinary success.

1975-1978

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The second modular kitchen model is baptized Italia and is very similar to Finest, but without the drawers; the doors are higher, as is the worktop.
The first modular kitchen made by Scavolini in 1963.
One of the first Scavolini pieces: it was a a buffet sideboard and is signed by Vuesse studio: the initials of Valter Scavolini.

1962-1969

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