We manufacture kitchens in Val di Non, far from the traditional areas of furniture production.
We have transformed this problem to our advantage: we have taken responsibility for the production phases required to transform a wooden panel into the kitchen of your dreams.
OUR PRODUCTION PLANT
Our company revolves entirely around the plant in Denno. It has developed alongside us and over the years, its premises have changed in size and use to adapt to ever new production requirements and processes.
The first, tiny, family carpentry workshop stood here. Today, over 30 people work here.
We want to build comfortable kitchens you’ll enjoy living in for a long time. Quality plays an overall, essential part of this objective: from the selection of our suppliers to our choice of materials, from aesthetics to ergonomics.
We are lucky to live in one of the most beautiful valleys in Italy, where man and nature have a close bond of allegiance. We are strictly committed to ensuring our choices respect the surrounding nature: we use natural materials and water-based paints, we choose low energy consumption domestic appliances and optimise our use of production machinery to avoid any downtime and energy waste. Almost all our electricity requirements are guaranteed by a photovoltaic system installed on the roof, which provides an average annual supply of 155,000 kW/h.
Val di Non is our home. Our ancestors lived here and here is where we have brought up our children. It is a constant presence every day, in every look and breath we take. It has influenced the style of our kitchens and our way of building them.
A KITCHEN INSPIRED BY THE LANDSCAPE
Each of our kitchens tells a story of the Val di Non right from the project design. We don’t do it all by ourselves. We collaborate with universities, designers and schools of design throughout the region of Trentino. We want to give your kitchen a fresh, contemporary look, which also reflects our values.
Each kitchen we make speaks of our valley, everything starts here: clean and welcoming lines, natural and long-lasting materials, techniques that combine craftsman know-how with industrial best practices. Val di Non is in our DNA.
The materials and shapes of Trentino nature are the protagonists in our kitchens. We prefer natural elements, and choose for your kitchen what we would choose for ours: water-based paints, recycled wood panels, antibacterial tops with low formaldehyde emissions
We are not content to just create kitchens with a contemporary design you’ll enjoy living in. We want your experience to be the best possible: we assess furniture distances, depth and height according to your height and build, so your kitchen becomes the place where you feel most at home.
We are proud of our production department: an industrial approach enables us to grow, our love of craftsmanship enables us to achieve 40% of customised components. What’s our secret? Modularity. Simplifying a kitchen project into different individual micro-projects enables us to concentrate on the “non-standard” components and dedicate all our attention to them as would a craftsman.
We have developed a specific project design software for our kitchens. It is available for our retailers and we also use it during our pre-production checks. It is an extremely useful work tool for those who work with us and gives the end customer extra tranquillity.
When a kitchen became a dresser
Until the 60s, people simply put their kitchenware in a cupboard. The arrival of the dresser in the kitchen revolutionised furnishing.
And with it, we began to specialise in kitchen furniture.
From the dresser to matching components
Towards the end of the 60s, we began to build our first complete kitchens, which included the built-in oven/hob and hood hidden inside the wall cupboards.
The first modern lines appear
The arrival of domestic dishwashers, the introduction of open nooks, the search for harmony and movement: in the 70s, the kitchen became the most important home interior.
Attention to the design
In the 80s, the single kitchen unit was replaced by a hob and oven integrated into the units. The search for an increasingly smooth design influenced the choice of wood for the doors and the arrangement of the units.
Ergonomics, coloured and transparent elements
We began to play with elements and materials to create a balance of colour between natural wood and plain colours.
A study of ergonomics enabled us to create the best arrangement for domestic appliances, not merely from an aesthetic viewpoint, but also on the basis of every possible movement in the kitchen.
Design pushes to the forefront
The idea of domestic appliances in the kitchen changed.
At first they were hidden behind doors or in cupboards, whereas now they inspire the style of the entire room.
A step towards the basics
The kitchen discovered a new dimension in the fully equipped island.
All that was needed was a change in perspective: remove the hob from the wall and put it in the centre of the room. So now meal preparation is a moment to be shared naturally with the people you are sharing the table with.