Not all Italian kitchens are created contemporary – The Fenice Collection, from Cadore
In this Kitchen, Cadore revives the Barocco (Baroque) style. Unlike the Sicilian / Naples Baroque, which is very rich and ornate, the Fenice is more delicate, with much finer carvings and decorations. The inspiration, for this design, came from the famous La Fenice Venetian Theatre, with its typical Baroque eighteenth-century Veneziano design.
The Fenice Collection from Cadore is a kitchen that is built from the highest quality materials available. Finished in antique silver leafing and a ‘pinkish hew’, the classic appearance hides the most sophisticated interiors that are available today – Blum’s Servo Drive automated opening drawers, soft closing drawer glides, internal accessories by Kessebomher and much more.
Classic style and advance technology combined together in a single collection og high quality, design and comfort – The Fenice.
Another manufacturer that is very well known for its unique and innovative traditional designs is Marchi. Every one of their models looks like it’s taken out of a ‘Hollywood movie set’ and tells an entire story. Shown below is the Dhialma model from Marchi.
A very elegant traditional kitchen is the Tosca model, from Martini. Shown below, in painted with silver accents and a dark color island.