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Yes, we did it, we just changed the word “love” with “kitchen” in this well-known quote but, honestly, the final picture does not change so much, isn’t? This is due to the important role of this room: it is the place where we “take care” of ourselves and the others… where we prepare the meals for our family and friends. It is the place where we share, not just food, but much more: words, ideas, smiles… love.

The kitchen is the place where people feel truly ‘at home’. This idea has encouraged Euromobil cucine, an Italian long standing furniture company, to take part to Milan Furnishing Show 2018 “Salone del Mobile” with its brand’s distinctive message, based on the ‘Kitchen Atmosphere’ leitmotiv.
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Italian interior design is well known for its contemporary classic style, called “classico contemporaneo”, which is one of the most trending design inspiration for luxury apartments and villas.
The success of this style, worldwide admired and desired, is due to the perfect combination of some luxury elements, typical of the classic furnishing like precious raw materials and artisan finishing, with a modern and contemporary design concept, made of minimal lines, simple shapes and sophisticated color nuances. A charming design with no flamboyant, as an exclusive and valuable house shall declare style and status, but without ostentation.
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Innovative technology has changed our everyday life: this change begins at home, according to Siemens Home Appliances vision, which aims to create “exciting possibilities” for the consumers, experiencing the easy-to-use appliances they created for the kitchen, the heart of the house, where we eat our meals and spend time together with family and friends.This revolutionary concept transforms the everyday kitchen tasks in new exciting experience of cooking and baking, to make life easier and pleasant.

The kitchen has to represent your individual style. So do the Built-In appliances. Highend materials, like glass and steel, amaze the eye with their colour and texture. They are highlighted even more by the right use of light and appealing details. The appliance’s refined look integrates perfectly into every style of cabinets and fronts, waking the wish to spend even more time in the kitchen.
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The connected appliances are by far the biggest technology challenge in the home appliance industry. Consumers are looking for new performances, not just the basic utility, but easy-to-use automated appliances to speed up everyday home tasks and to make all these duties more exciting by using technology. This is why the industry is evolving from a manufacturing focus to a consumer lifestyle focal point. From setting the oven to the right temperature before you arrive home, to monitoring food stock in the fridge, or recommending washing machine cycles and suggesting recipes for dinner, the possibilities for internet connected appliances use are almost endless. A smart appliance makes everyday life more efficient, allowing you to spend more time on the things you love. And but the way… it is fun!
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We might think good ideas are like a grace, they come when you do not expect them. But sometimes they are just the result of courage, tenacity and passion.

Webert is an Italian based company, specialized in high quality faucets with a long standing story and a present made of research, innovation and style.

We are here introducing a preview of the new products the company will show in Milan at the 2018 International Bathroom Exhibition (Hall 29, Stand B35). An entire collection of innovative taps which will leave you breathless. In all these projects 3D printing technology is the ultimate choice to mould ideas in design tabs for bathroom and kitchen. The proof their passion for design flows like water.
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The wabi-sabi is a Japanese word that describes a beauty that is “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete” (Koren, Leonard (1994). Wabi-Sabi for Artists, Designers, Poets and Philosophers. Stone Bridge Press) and its concept is derived from Buddhism. Characteristics of the wabi-sabi aesthetic include asymmetry, roughness, simplicity, modesty, intimacy, and appreciation of the ingenuous integrity of natural objects and processes.
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