Valcucine Madrid, is located in the Paseo de la Castellana, next to the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. Since its opening in 2017 we have been committed to being a very accessible meeting point for all people, professionals and individuals, who are looking for the latest functional and aesthetic trends in kitchen furniture. Our challenge is to know in depth the needs of each project to be able to use the Valcucine catalog in all its breadth so that each kitchen is a unique piece that reflects in it the personality of each client. Our commitment is to exceed the client's expectations once the project is commissioned.
The showcase is currently starring an impressive Genius Loci island that combines fronts and countertop in two materials: Slate Glass matte and glossy along with the Cardoso Stone. The Aged Oak wood bar and the Logica Theca container, also in Cardoso Stone, together with the flush Genius Loci drawers and some of them even suspended, create a play of volumes that make this island a practically sculptural ensemble. The group of Artematica columns in Aged Brass conceals a set of ovens in a retractable cabinet, a large-format refrigerator and freezer and a pantry. This exhibition, located in a very busy area of the Paseo de la Castellana, ensures that visitors, and even the many passers-by who stop in front of the showcase, can quickly perceive the unique personality of Valcucine's proposals. In a single kitchen we show four pure materials: glass, stone, metal and wood, thus following one of the main bets of Valcucine since its inception: freedom and the use of materials different from the usual ones.
Moving towards the interior of the Studio we find the second environment composed of an Artematica Soft Outline Carbontec island in Black Velvet finish. The delicate Outline profiles in Bronze finish, together with the concealed sink and the induction integrated in the worktop, create a pure volume. Behind the island are suspended Artematica columns with structured lacquer finish: the handcrafted finish and the lightness of the fronts allow our customers to enjoy the dematerialization and the infinite customization options.
Our next environment is a firm commitment to Valcucine's most iconic and characteristic material: glass. The In Vitrum base units with Linea H6 worktop, both in matt Slate glass, accompany another of the special elements that have revolutionized ergonomics in the kitchen: New Logica in glossy Fire Grey glass. In this kitchen, wood is not present in any of its components. The fronts of the base units are Artematica, a design first marketed in 1988. We made this choice to exemplify another of Valcucine's core values: timelessness in its dual aspect, durability and designs that never pass into obsolescence.
In the upper part of the studio we display a Forma Mentis kitchen in matt white lacquer, Carrara marble worktop with walnut veneer structure and a column area also in white lacquer framed by a spectacular boisserie in walnut that represents an exquisite continuity towards a living area. In this area of the studio, more private, we also located the part of the Accademia, the workstations away from the exhibition itself and a large room set up as a project presentation area with absolute privacy from the rest of the room.