SCIC CUCINE HAS FOUD INSPIRATION FOR ITS LATEST DESIGNS IN ITS COUNTRY’S HISTORY STRIKING A BALANCE BETWEEN PAST AND FUTURE.
A broad-minded approach to materials is the bedrock of SCIC’s unique designs. The Canossa, Pompei & Labirinto collections are produced using a nuanced lexicron of materials to create character to each kitchen design, just a SCIC identifies itself with the label ‘Made in Italy’.
Pompei Collection – A combination of art, tradition and technology
Inspired by the grandeur of a city whose fame has crossed centuries and borders, whose history has fascinated generations. The doors realized with volcanic lava are cut to size, engraved and finally decorated and hand-painted by master craftsmen. SCIC paid homage to the mysterious and fascinating city of Pompeii with a delicate and refined engraving that reproduces the plan of the old city in sequential reiterations, depicting the Amphitheatre, the Street of Abundance and the House of the Labyrinth.
Canossa Collection – An eclectic style inspired by classic shapes
Canossa references the eponymous town and its ruined caste in the Emilia-Romagna region where SCIC is based. Canossa sports a layered design, with many references to tradition and details that emerge like memories in black and white. An eclectic style inspired by classic shapes, adjusted to the need for contemporary features and style. Stone, wood, brass and black enameled iron details blend together to recreate an elegant interpretation of materials and volumes, so that details such as the leg or the handrail lose their connotation of themed pieces of furniture to become simply stylish.
Labrinto – true beauty cannot be perceived by merely walking through it
Labirinto, another collection which incorporates Canaletto walnut, brass and backlit glass, creating a warm immersive atmosphere inspired by Italian Gardnes. Just like a hedge maze or a sixteenth-century star-shaped city, we sought to enrich the Labirinto project with tactile and visual sensations that ultimately make up its real peculiarity. The black aluminium frame, with its peculiar outline, supports a natural metal panel available in antique brass or steel, with many fascinating finishes such as vintage, satin, copper, slate and lacquered.
SCIC kitchens demonstrates traditional and modern styles interweaving a varied palette of materials creating a seamless equilibrium between past and present