Green offering: Valcucine’s Meccanica kitchen in steel and walnut

Valcucine is now offering the Meccanica kitchen range in steel and walnut. Designed by Gabriele Centazzo, the kitchen was first made available in 2013. Like its predecessor, the new Meccanica is built with modular components and is assembled using mechanical joints without glue and formaldehyde emissions. As a result, the Meccanica kitchen has a low environmental impact. The design also guarantees that the system can be taken apart, reassembled and extended. Meccanica is 100% recyclable.

Valcucine is an Italian kitchen brand. It was founded in 1980 by Giovanni Dino Cappellotto, Gabriele Centazzo, Franco Corbetta and Silvio Verardo.

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