We put people and their well-being at the centre of what we do; stimulating their senses to bring about joy in everyday activities.

We design kitchens that contribute to the daily comfort of the consumer and his freedom of movement; functional kitchens that meet the requirements and needs of those who use them. Kitchens with textured materials that are free of toxic elements that are harmful for the user and for the environment. Dynamic kitchens that adapt to the requirements of user’s needs and are easy-to-use. 


Perfectly integrating kitchen cabinets with ergonomics increases their performance so that using them becomes a superlative experience. This is why our closing and opening movements are so smooth. Height, weight and depth are planned around the specific requirements of the user, thus improving visibility and simplifying every movement, from access to wall units to grasping doors. Proportions and functionalities are designed to maximise simplicity and safety of use.


Beyond aesthetics, the materials used in Valcucine kitchens offer a sensory experience through the smooth transparency of glass, the tactile feel of wood, the resilience of stone and the precious thrill conveyed by metals


Valcucine prioritises the health and wellbeing of its users and fully respects man and the environment he lives in. We follow guidelines that ensure toxic emissions are reduced to a minimum, dangerous or harmful compounds like formaldehyde are eliminated, coatings are water-based and radioactive substances are kept under control


Our kitchens play with themes of light and space, silence and weightlessness. Positive emotions are elicited thanks to the freedom afforded by our systems that extend the perception of depth, permeating each project with the airiness typical of open spaces. Light is diffused and and adds warmth to the room


Improving the well-being of man means respecting the richness of our environment and uniqueness of our planet. A basic rule underlying all our designs is the reduction of materials and causing as little impact on the environment as possible. This is guaranteed by the ISO14001 and FSC certifications and by compliance with Leed requirements. Moreover, in 1998, we set up the Bioforest non-profit association to foster a more aware and responsible production culture able to actively restore and protect natural resources.