The kitchens by Arredo3 are sustainable and 100% made in Italy
Arredo3, a company founded in Veneto in the Eighties, has developed its production over the years, and today it belongs to the industry 4.0. Thanks to constant investments, Arredo3 production takes place mostly in the 150,000 sqm plant in Scorzé. With the CNC machines in operation since 2000, the automated shipping system put in place in 2007, and the warehouse for doors in place since 2014, Arredo3 has a highly robotized production plant.
This plant produces 60,000 kitchens every year, the main sector of Arredo3 production, accompanied by furniture for the living area. All Arredo3 products are certified as 100% made in Italy, and are made paying with great attention to sustainability. Energy sources are optimized to respect the circular economy and the production, ranging from the residential to contract sector, is based on the same principles of environmental sustainability.
Arredo3 kitchen collections
The 60,000 kitchens produced each year are divided into two taste ranges, Contemporary and Classic, include 20 models, and are available in over 600 finishes. A wide offer that can harmonize with different interior design styles.
The Asia kitchen
Functionality and contemporary design are the main features of Asia. The doors, smooth or framed, have a wood finish, with evident grain and knots, or lacquered in neutral tones. The result is a trendy kitchen with contemporary charm. In addition to the existing proposals, there are also the matt lacquers of Time, offering countless customization options and 4 veneered essences: natural oak, safari, parchment and ebony. For this finish, Arredo3 reuses structural beams reclaimed from old houses, adding a vintage touch to natural wood.
All Arredo3 kitchens are designed by the in-house Research & Development department. The Asia kitchen (in the photos above and below) is available with framed doors, in various wood essences, or with smooth, open pore lacquered doors.
Glass 2.0: glass and aluminum for contemporary design
Rigorous geometries characterize the Glass 2.0 kitchen, available in bold colors such as pure white or black, or in soft and matt colors for spaces with a metropolitan character. The doors are in aluminum, with glass front and grip-profile opening. Sustainable materials and rigorous aesthetics are the hallmarks of Glass 2.0, a kitchen that emphasizes the modernity of Arredo3.
Tekna: recycled materials
Tekna, inspired by the Greek word Téchne, is the kitchen by Arredo3 that shows the technological know-how of the company. With its essential and rigorous geometric shapes, Tekna is characterized by a door with opening carved in the panel. Moreover, Tekna uses technological materials that user-friendly and easy to clean. 100% recyclable PET laminates are sustainable and express the same warmth of natural materials like stone and wood.
In the featured image, Asia kitchen