Restyling the INDada kitchen by Nicola Gallizia
New finishes, materials and components for versatile furnishing solutions with a bold identity
The new version of the kitchen by Nicola Gallizia is updated with finishes and materials from the Molteni&C collections
The new INDada kitchen, presented in Mesero at the brand headquarters
Restyling geared to create an informal, practical and minimal new design for the kitchen by Nicola Gallizia
The INDada kitchen gets a makeover, with a modern, sophisticated look, introducing new finishes and materials in harmony with Molteni&C
Simplicity and functionality are the key concepts on which the design of the new INDada kitchen is founded
Particular attention has been paid to the finishes and the door handles of the new version of INDada
A detail of the INDada kitchen. Inside, the container unit features a set of teak trays for holding objects
The new INDada kitchen after its restyling. The kitchen area has been designed as the perfect setting for conviviality
INDada has just had a makeover. The restyling of the kitchen designed in 2010 by Nicola Gallizia, is geared to create an informal, practical and minimal new design. Launched in Mesero at the brand headquarters, INDada flaunts a new modern, sophisticated look, updated with finishes and materials from the Molteni&C collections and new cabinet systems.
For a design initially created according to a blueprint based on sobriety and efficiency, this is an interesting upgrade, a cross between the DNA of Dada and that of the Group, performed in a modern, original fashion, based on the global development of every aspect of the space, including its materials, colours and details.
A poetic application of style, bestowed on many of its components. The finishes of the doors are enhanced by 6 new exclusive bi-laminates in cinnamon oak, cocoa oak, copper and the innovative Plaster finish. Another redesigned detail? The handles: the new Leaf and Bond designs, available in teak and pewter finishes, add the finishing touch to the facades of the different compositions.
The worktops and Office element are also customisable in the new Plaster finishes (in white, silica, anthracite and bronze). The Office element is a container with a set of teak trays for holding objects that graphically redesigns the traditional breakfast bar.
Technological innovation is another strong point of the restyling. The new 015 lighting bar with pewter finish, introduced between the work surface and the cupboards, offers a practical support for IT devices and equipment (such as the iPad).
Last but not least, the Modulor table with teak top is available in a wide range of shapes and sizes thanks to the endless positions in which the supporting legs can be placed.
Everything, in INDada, gives the kitchen a bold identity, and enables it to be combined in several solutions that define a unique (and made-to-measure) style. Here, the kitchen area becomes a tool for fulfilling functional requirements by interpreting the new forms of dialogue and aesthetics of the homes of today.