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SineTempore

The new alliance between industry and handicrafts has resulted in the Valcucine designer, Gabriele Centazzo, enlivening the reintroduction of SINETEMPORE, the new traditional-style kitchen, with decors of bygone days.

SineTempore, a kitchen conceived to express the values of tradition through the recovery of various ancient handicraft techniques, stems precisely from this emerging vision: pyrography, inlays, carvings and mosaics decorate the wooden surfaces, while bushhammering is used for the surfaces of the worktop back panels.

An important element for the sustainability of an object is its duration. The more durable an object is, the more sustainable it can be considered to be. Handicraft work is functional to aesthetic durability because customisation and manual work create a bond towards the object that make its beauty appreciated for longer. This results in a longer usable life of the object, i.e. a longer lifecycle, reducing its impact on the environment and increasing its environmental friendliness.

  • SineTempore :  Kitchen by Valcucine

    SineTempore

    New Mosaics for SineTempore (artwork by Arab Mosaico and Valcucine Design Department). The new mosaic details available in SineTempore customisations are inspired by Mediterranean tradition, at the crossroads of various cultures, from the gold of Venice and Byzantium to the motifs and colours of Arabian and Norman Sicily. Mosaic inserts play with elm wood and the gold used in this mosaic (made in the ancient Venetian furnaces) is very difficult to make: a very thin sheet of gold (from 6 to 24 carats) is placed between two layers of glass. The bottom layer is thicker, while the top one is very thin and can be transparent or in various colours.

  • SineTempore :  Kitchen by Valcucine

    SineTempore

    New Mosaics for SineTempore (artwork by Arab Mosaico and Valcucine Design Department). The new mosaic details available
    in SineTempore customisations are inspired by Mediterranean tradition, at the crossroads of various cultures, from the gold of Venice and Byzantium to the motifs and colours of Arabian and Norman Sicily. Mosaic inserts play with elm wood and the gold used in this mosaic (made in the ancient Venetian furnaces) is very difficult to make: a very thin sheet of gold (from 6 to 24 carats) is placed between two layers of glass. The bottom layer is thicker, while the top one is very thin and can be transparent or in various colours.

  • SineTempore :  Kitchen by Valcucine

    SineTempore

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    ["SG"] [Published] Tuscan inspired interiors

    New Mosaics for SineTempore (artwork by Arab Mosaico and Valcucine Design Department). The new mosaic details available
    in SineTempore customisations are inspired by Mediterranean tradition, at the crossroads of various cultures, from the gold of Venice and Byzantium to the motifs and colours of Arabian and Norman Sicily. Mosaic inserts play with elm wood and the gold used in this mosaic (made in the ancient Venetian furnaces) is very difficult to make: a very thin sheet of gold (from 6 to 24 carats) is placed between two layers of glass. The bottom layer is thicker, while the top one is very thin and can be transparent or in various colours.

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