Meccanica Kitchen System by Valcucine

Meccanica is a kitchen and general furnishing system consisting of a lightweight framework and an innovative design made up of single structural elements connected together by mechanical joints. Meccanica doesn’t use glues meaning that there is no trace of formaldehyde. It has been designed to be 100% recyclable and to be reused at the end of its lifecycle. Honouring its Life-long responsibility Guarantee, Valcucine will collect the Meccanica system when owners want to get rid of it, making it the first example of circular economy in the sector. Meccanica is a revolutionary eco-sustainable kitchen system both in terms of its design and of its price: it is really democratic, modern, design product.

Meccanica Kitchen System by Valcucine
Demode (engineered by Valcucine) has reinvented the kitchen furniture system by working on the utmost simplification of the carcass: in fact, the framework of the Meccanica furniture consists of a set of iron tubes that can be easily assembled by the customer. Cancer-inducing formaldehyde vapours are avoided because no glues are used. The system has been conceived to achieve maximum dematerialisation because it can be planned without carcass side panels and doors to obtain a completely bare skeleton using the minimum possible quantity of material necessary. Storage has been reorganised aesthetically and practically thanks to the possibility of adding exposed shelves and jumbo drawers. The system can also be extended to and further developed later on.

Meccanica Kitchen System by Valcucine
The doors are available in multilayer pinewood as well as in various aniline stains, in metal or in technical materials such as stretch fabric which is very easy to look after: because it is stain resistant and can be machine washed. The worktops are in multilayer laminate. Thanks to its extreme flexibility and customisation possibilities, Meccanica can be used to furnish different areas in the home including the kitchen, the living room area, the laundry room down to the most informal rooms. Purchase costs can be reduced further if the end user chooses to personally assemble the units by himself. In fact, demode offers two price ranges, a more expensive including assembly and a less expensive one that excludes it.

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