Aretusa: Sicilian traditions meet design and high tech

A kitchen with monolithic look by Artema

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Aretusa: Sicilian traditions meet design and high tech
09/10/2017 - The project of Aretusa, desinged by Valeria Longo for Artema, was born to provide a solution for all users who needed a kitchen to be placed inside a multifunctional space: an open space, an home / studio, all those contexts where the kitchen area had to be small and, if necessary, hidden.

Aretusa looks like a compact and linear block that could go unnoticed in a minimalist living room or office, but once opened, it reveals all its features and its soul. Its linear design and a minimalist finishing integrate themselves into whichever zone, but secretly conceal dispositions and a lot of functions.

Indeed the kitchen is equipped with efficient working area, hi-tech appliances, compartments, but all they remains hidden thanks a sliding table (movable in all directions) that can be used for eating meals and then placed over the structure that returns to be invisible .

The Sicilian soul of this furniture is immediately unveiled at its opening: embedded in both sides of the kitchen, are the Sicilian Maioliche whit their vivid colors, produced and painted eachone by hand.

The kitchen becomes so a dynamic space to live easily o to keep hidden, depending on daily routine, leaving behind usual frames and limits.

In Aretusa, Sicilian traditions of good cousin and ancient artisan arts are blended to original design and modern high tech, in an ever-expanding change that shows the way in which we live our house.Aretusa: Sicilian traditions meet design and high tech

Aretusa: Sicilian traditions meet design and high tech

Aretusa: Sicilian traditions meet design and high tech

Aretusa: Sicilian traditions meet design and high tech

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