New and improved: Vela by Dante Bonuccelli for Dada

Italian brand Dada launched the Vela kitchen, given a makeover by Argentinian designer Dante Bonuccelli. The new and improved Vela kitchen is characterized by its continuous surfaces and thin 13-millimeter-thick doors. A discreetly installed mechanism allows doors to swing open, while linear graphic handles emphasize the horizontal lines of the surfaces and underline the slender worktops. Panels come in either Eucalyptus or in a selection of tactile high-pressure laminates.

Part of the The Molteni Group, Dada produces kitchens at Mesero in the province of Milan since the early 1970s. It offers a range of kitchens.

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