CafÃ© Cultureâ€™s Cucina exemplifies the warmth of home-cooked meals, the fire of heated discussion, and the charm of family togetherness in a single table.
July 7th, 2009
Café Culture introduces Cucina, a piece whose design draws from the Italian custom of uniting large families around one table to partake in loud conversation and traditional food.
Produced in Sydney from recycled Tasmanian Oak or other specified timber, Cucina keeps in line with Café Culture’s range and has been handcrafted, sentimentally imbuing the table with a ‘loved’ appearance.
In order for Cucina to act as the gathering place of all families, Café Culture happily works with customers and manufacturers to produce beautiful furniture for all budgets.
The Cucina table should reflect the environment and people it hosts, and so, like all of Café Culture’s furniture, this piece can be custom made to any size to suit customers’ desires.
Cucina reflects the life and warmth associated with family mealtime and will no doubt inspire the loving, energetic atmosphere from any group meeting.
Cucina will be on display at Saturday in Design 09 in the Downtown Surry Hills precinct, make sure you get along.
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