Design Director of Tommy Choi Interior Design shares his appreciation for Valcucine kitchens' innovative design and materials.

What Interior Designer Tommy Choi Appreciates About Valcucine's Kitchens
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Valcucine, an Italian kitchen brand, has long been high in demand among luxury clientele. Tommy Choi, Design Director of Tommy Choi Interior Design, shares his appreciation for Valcucine kitchens' innovative design and materials.

"I believe a well-designed cabinet must balance functionality and aesthetics. It should have enough space for stoves, countertops and sinks, as well as coordinating materials, colours and proportions," Tommy tells us. “I admire the quality and durability of Valcucine kitchen materials, including glass and aluminium. It offers so many options for people to display their distinctive personalities. Valcucine's aluminium frame doors' design is simple and slim, with a glass thickness of only 5 millimetres. Its extra large cabinet doors, up to 3.6 metres long, have no unnecessary joints. They're the lightest, easiest doors to lift or push down with just one finger. It conforms to design aesthetics while meeting the golden ratio partition."
Designed by Valcucine's founder, the New Logica System builds on the 1996 Logica system. The design focus of the series are the magical doors crafted based on the aerodynamic principles of aircraft wings. A 30-centimetre-deep cabinet hides a variety of practical kitchen appliances, including small appliances, power sockets, water pipe, dish-drainer, bottle racks and more, accomodating the needs of different kinds of users.




Tommy, as a father, expressed his belief that saving the environment should be a shared responsibility so that future generations can also appreciate nature. "I believe that everyone should contribute to protecting the environment so that the next generation can continue to enjoy nature. Valcucine kitchens are made of 100% recyclable materials, so it's definitely worth recommending."


Photo:Jason To @ Black Cat Image

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