With almost 200 years of experience, Arclinea is still creating design classics.
November 21st, 2008
Founded in 1816 and later re-established in 1925, the company made its mark in luxury kitchens by creating pieces that were innovative and functional – yet also beautiful.
Today, the brand is on the cutting edge of modern kitchen design. Featuring the work of renowned Architect and Professor Antonio Citterio, Arclinea kitchens are at the top of their class.
With celebrities, designers and successful entrepreneurs like Brad Pitt, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace and Richard Branson all putting their names behind the brand, Arclinea has a reputation as one of the most experienced and exclusive kitchen design companies to date.
Design manager of Australian distributor Stile di Vita, Mohdar Anwar, is continuing tradition through adapting the company’s designs to modern life. The partnership between Stile di Vita and Arclinea is poised to set new benchmarks in the Australian kitchen design industry.
“With an Arclinea kitchen, you get first bite of the cherry when it comes to advanced technology,” he says. “These kitchens are highly engineered, which ensures they provide high performance and durability, while also offering streamlined aesthetics.”
As a company Arclinea is driven by its concern and commitment to the environment, using water-based paints and lacquers, and recycled materials such as aluminium, glass and stainless steel. All constructive parts of Arclinea cabinetry are of class E1 low emission of formaldehyde, and Arclinea adopts the “green manufacturing practise” which is an energy-regeneration plant that turns production waste into fuel.
Stile di Vita is proud to offer Australia a product which combines experience with creativity, functionality, and the latest in technological advances. Arclinea is proof that great design can last for centuries.
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