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The designer kitchen

Dada: high-range solutions enter the kitchen area. With designer projects by the big names in design

Dada was founded in 1926 in a small carpentry workshop set up by Angelo Garavaglia. This small business grew as time went by and in 1979 it joined the Molteni group, earning the right to be known as one of the highest level kitchen producers, thanks to the designs of Luca Meda.

Since then, the kitchen environment has changed; it has developed and adapted to meet the needs and the habits of people, which are constantly evolving. Little by little the kitchen has gone from being a mere service area to becoming the centre of the home; in some cases, it has even become a social area in which to linger for a chat.

Now more than ever, kitchens must be practical and functional but, at the same time, they must also create a comfortable and aesthetically appeasing environment.
Since its origins, the Molteni Group has always worked with the most prestigious international names in the design field, in order to create unique products and collections that are unrivalled from both a formal and aesthetic point of view. These values are not only expressed in the living, dining and sleeping areas, but also in the group’s proposals for the kitchen.

2016 is a year of intense innovation for the Molteni-Dada family. The 400-metre design of the Dada exposition space at the 55th edition of the Salone del Mobile in Milan was created by Belgian designer and architect Vincent Van Duysen; it features as a combination of a Nordic, minimalist spirit with the Mediterranean touch typical intrinsic to fine Italian production.

But the Group’s partnership with Van Duysen goes beyond the Milan Salone del Mobile experience. Indeed, it is the Belgian designer who is chosen by Dada and appointed to develop an innovative design for his very first experience in the kitchen segment: a kitchen with no handles.
And so, this is the story behind VVD, a completely new kitchen in which contrast and alternations lord over the scene. Thin sides and end pieces are set against the thick substance of the kitchen counter tops, interrupting the linearity of the surface. Precious wood and natural stones alternate in a game that creates harmonious dichotomies. A unique aesthetic rendered even more unique by the possibility of building compositions that are completely suspended from the ground and elegant ceiling kitchen cabinets.
Last but not least, the thorough and innovative attention to the technical details, such as the large extractable trays, the open shelving units, the built-in led bar and the innovative pivot hinge that enables the doors to open 180°.

The new Dada designs also set stock by two proposals that have by now become the brand’s evergreens, Trim and Tivalì, both designed by Dante Bonuccelli.
Designed in 2007, Trim is being renewed thanks to the introduction of two new finishes: whitened oak for the doors of the bases and Tecnoril® for the kitchen counter with integrated Multitank sink and for the new accessories. Another element of the kitchen is the equipped seatback, which goes from 22 to 39 centimetres of depth; in addition to saving space, it also meets all the important little needs a cutting edge kitchen must feature: dish racks, knife-holders, jar-holders, i-Pad holders, sockets, hooks for cutlery and tools.
Designed in 2004, Tivalì has been revolutionised in terms of its shape, passing from linear to angular. When undergoing this formal transformation, it still maintains the structural elements that have made Tivalì a must, of the kitchens proposed by Dada. The space available is exploited to the max, thanks to the large doors that rely on a mechanism designed in the 1990s by Luca Meda and patented by Dada, revealing all its contemporary utility and flair in the new Tivalì edition.

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