The Evolution of Kitchen Designs 70 Years of Snaidero Kitchens

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The Evolution of Kitchen Designs:
70 Years of Snaidero Kitchens

 

Snaidero Kitchens has been part of the evolution of kitchen designs for over 70 years now. Indeed, many of its designers have played a role in shaping this evolution. Let’s take a tour through the modern history of kitchen designs until we reach the present day.

When Snaidero founder, Rino Snaidero, first chose to become a cabinetmaker in 1946, he initially targeted bedroom furniture, but by 1959, it was kitchen design that captured his imagination sufficiently to make it his business’s specialty. Until now, kitchens were seen as utility areas where none but the lowly ventured, however, this was set to change.

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[/et_pb_cta][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][et_pb_row use_custom_gutter=”on” gutter_width=”1″ custom_padding=”0|0px|0|0px|false|false” make_equal=”on” background_color_1=”#ffffff” background_color_2=”#ffffff” padding_left_right_link_2=”false” padding_top_2=”30px” padding_right_2=”0px” padding_bottom_2=”0px” padding_left_2=”30px” disabled_on=”on|on|off” admin_label=”Case Study Row” _builder_version=”3.15″][et_pb_column type=”1_2″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ background_color=”#ffffff” parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_image src=”https://www.kitchendesign.ae/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/img-4-1.jpg” alt=”img-4 (1)” _builder_version=”3.15″][/et_pb_image][/et_pb_column][et_pb_column type=”1_2″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ padding_bottom=”0px” padding_left=”30px” padding_right=”0px” padding_top=”30px” background_color=”#ffffff” parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_cta title=”2,000’s: Personalization Makes Design Universal” admin_label=”Title Paragraph & CTA Button” _builder_version=”3.15″ header_level=”h3″ header_font=”Kozuka Gothic Pro||||||||” header_line_height=”1.4em” body_font=”Kozuka Gothic Pro||||||||” body_font_size=”16px” body_letter_spacing=”1px” body_line_height=”1.6em” use_background_color=”off” custom_button=”on” button_text_size=”16px” button_text_color=”#ffffff” button_bg_color=”#e24c00″ button_border_width=”10px” button_border_color=”#e24c00″ button_border_radius=”0px” button_font=”Muli|700|||||||” button_use_icon=”off” button_border_radius_hover=”0px” button_text_size_phone=”15px” button_text_size_last_edited=”on|phone” text_orientation=”left” background_layout=”light” custom_padding=”|||”]With post-World War 2 austerity in the distant past and the passion for subsequent mass production having lost its attraction, consumers were becoming increasingly aware of the need for personalization. A standard design might fit an able-bodied person, but what about a disabled person? Would a particular design suit people who are short as well as it would suit those who were tall? The concept of a truly customizable kitchen began to gain momentum and Snaidero was at the forefront of the movement. Design became people focussed.
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[/et_pb_cta][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][et_pb_row use_custom_gutter=”on” gutter_width=”1″ custom_padding=”0|0px|0|0px|false|false” make_equal=”on” background_color_1=”#ffffff” padding_top_bottom_link_1=”false” padding_top_1=”30px” padding_top_2=”0px” padding_right_1=”30px” padding_bottom_1=”0px” padding_left_1=”10px” disabled_on=”on|on|off” admin_label=”Case Study Row” _builder_version=”3.15″][et_pb_column type=”1_2″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ padding_bottom=”0px” padding_left=”10px” padding_right=”30px” padding_top=”30px” background_color=”#ffffff” parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_cta title=”2006: Kitchen Design Meets Science” admin_label=”Title Paragraph & CTA Button” _builder_version=”3.15″ header_level=”h3″ header_font=”Kozuka Gothic Pro||||||||” header_line_height=”1.4em” body_font=”Kozuka Gothic Pro|300|||||||” body_font_size=”16px” body_letter_spacing=”1px” body_line_height=”1.6em” use_background_color=”off” custom_button=”on” button_text_size=”16px” button_text_color=”#ffffff” button_bg_color=”#e24c00″ button_border_width=”10px” button_border_color=”#e24c00″ button_border_radius=”0px” button_font=”Muli|700|||||||” button_use_icon=”off” button_border_radius_hover=”0px” text_orientation=”left” background_layout=”light” custom_padding=”|||”]As in the past, Snaidero continued to play its role in setting, rather than following, kitchen design trends. Having met already-identified needs, the questions was: “What needs have we missed? What developments in design thinking are due for attention next?” To answer these questions, Snaidero began its own research foundation. Thus, the kitchen progresses beyond functionality, through design aesthetics and personalization, and into the realm of science.
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[/et_pb_cta][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][et_pb_row use_custom_gutter=”on” gutter_width=”1″ custom_padding=”0|0px|0|0px|false|false” make_equal=”on” background_color_1=”#ffffff” padding_top_bottom_link_1=”false” padding_top_1=”0px” padding_top_2=”30px” padding_right_1=”0px” padding_right_2=”0px” padding_bottom_1=”0px” padding_bottom_2=”0px” padding_left_1=”0px” padding_left_2=”30px” disabled_on=”on|on|off” admin_label=”Case Study Row” _builder_version=”3.15″][et_pb_column type=”1_2″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ padding_bottom=”0px” padding_left=”0px” padding_right=”0px” padding_top=”0px” background_color=”#ffffff” parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_image src=”https://www.kitchendesign.ae/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/img-6-1.jpg” alt=”img-6 (1)” _builder_version=”3.15″][/et_pb_image][/et_pb_column][et_pb_column type=”1_2″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ padding_bottom=”0px” padding_left=”30px” padding_right=”0px” padding_top=”30px” parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_cta title=”2010 and Beyond: A Constant Stream of New Ideas and Technologies” admin_label=”Title Paragraph & CTA Button” _builder_version=”3.15″ header_level=”h3″ header_font=”Kozuka Gothic Pro||||||||” header_line_height=”1.4em” body_font=”Kozuka Gothic Pro|300|||||||” body_font_size=”16px” body_letter_spacing=”1px” body_line_height=”1.6em” use_background_color=”off” custom_button=”on” button_text_size=”16px” button_text_color=”#ffffff” button_bg_color=”#e24c00″ button_border_width=”10px” button_border_color=”#e24c00″ button_border_radius=”0px” button_font=”Muli|700|||||||” button_use_icon=”off” button_border_radius_hover=”0px” text_orientation=”left” background_layout=”light” custom_padding=”|||”]As the 21st century refined our understanding of what people need from living spaces – particularly kitchens – now the heart and pride of the home rather than some hidden utility area, kitchen design continued to be perfected. But once you have combined perfect practicality and superb aesthetics, what comes next?
Nowadays, it’s about merging living spaces with technology: the “smart” home. And to be truly smart, it needs to be intuitive, adaptable and manageable from remote places.[/et_pb_cta][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][et_pb_row disabled_on=”on|on|off” _builder_version=”3.15″][et_pb_column type=”4_4″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.15″ text_font=”Kozuka Gothic Pro|300|||||||” text_letter_spacing=”1px” text_line_height=”1.6em”] Now tech combines with the ingredients accumulated over more than seven decades, combining to form the dream kitchen.
We’re also thinking further ahead. We understand the importance of sustainability and the need to escape the throw-away culture of the twentieth century. In short, discarding our kitchen cabinetry and appliances every few years isn’t a responsible option. Once again, Snaidero is ahead of the curve with adaptable designs that can change to meet needs and magnificent materials that can last a lifetime and beyond.

Will Snaidero’s kitchens stand the test of time? A look back to the 60’s tells us that, yes, they can! Despite changing trends, Snaidero’s first kitchen combo would still be perfectly acceptable to a modern homeowner – although its very latest designs would represent the dream.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][et_pb_row use_custom_gutter=”on” gutter_width=”1″ custom_padding=”30px|0px|0px|0px|false|false” make_equal=”on” background_color_2=”#ffffff” padding_top_bottom_link_2=”true” padding_left_right_link_2=”true” padding_top_1=”30px” padding_top_2=”0px” padding_right_1=”10px” padding_right_2=”0px” padding_bottom_2=”0px” padding_left_1=”10px” padding_left_2=”0px” padding_2_phone=”30px|||” padding_2_last_edited=”on|phone” disabled_on=”off|off|on” admin_label=”Case Study Row” _builder_version=”3.15″][et_pb_column type=”1_2″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ padding_left=”10px” padding_right=”10px” padding_top=”30px” parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_image src=”https://www.kitchendesign.ae/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/img-6-1.jpg” alt=”img-6 (1)” _builder_version=”3.15″][/et_pb_image][/et_pb_column][et_pb_column type=”1_2″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ padding_phone=”30px|||” padding_last_edited=”on|phone” padding_bottom=”0px” padding_left=”0px” padding_right=”0px” padding_top=”0px” background_color=”#ffffff” parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_cta title=”2010 and Beyond: A Constant Stream of New Ideas and Technologies” admin_label=”Title Paragraph & CTA Button” _builder_version=”3.15″ header_level=”h3″ header_font=”Kozuka Gothic Pro||||||||” header_font_size_phone=”18px” header_font_size_last_edited=”on|phone” header_line_height=”1.4em” body_font=”Kozuka Gothic Pro|300|||||||” body_font_size=”16px” body_font_size_phone=”14px” body_font_size_last_edited=”on|phone” body_letter_spacing=”1px” body_line_height=”1.6em” use_background_color=”off” custom_button=”on” button_text_size=”16px” button_text_color=”#ffffff” button_bg_color=”#e24c00″ button_border_width=”10px” button_border_color=”#e24c00″ button_border_radius=”0px” button_font=”Muli|700|||||||” button_use_icon=”off” button_border_radius_hover=”0px” background_layout=”light” custom_padding=”|||”]As the 21st century refined our understanding of what people need from living spaces – particularly kitchens – now the heart and pride of the home rather than some hidden utility area, kitchen design continued to be perfected. But once you have combined perfect practicality and superb aesthetics, what comes next?
[/et_pb_cta][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][et_pb_row custom_padding=”0|0px|26.9688px|0px|false|false” disabled_on=”off|off|on” _builder_version=”3.15″][et_pb_column type=”4_4″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.15″ text_font=”Kozuka Gothic Pro|300|||||||” text_font_size_phone=”14px” text_font_size_last_edited=”on|phone” text_letter_spacing=”1px” text_line_height=”1.6em” text_orientation=”center”]Nowadays, it’s about merging living spaces with technology: the “smart” home. And to be truly smart, it needs to be intuitive, adaptable and manageable from remote places. Now tech combines with the ingredients accumulated over more than seven decades, combining to form the dream kitchen.
We’re also thinking further ahead. We understand the importance of sustainability and the need to escape the throw-away culture of the twentieth century. In short, discarding our kitchen cabinetry and appliances every few years isn’t a responsible option. Once again, Snaidero is ahead of the curve with adaptable designs that can change to meet needs and magnificent materials that can last a lifetime and beyond.

Will Snaidero’s kitchens stand the test of time? A look back to the 60’s tells us that, yes, they can! Despite changing trends, Snaidero’s first kitchen combo would still be perfectly acceptable to a modern homeowner – although its very latest designs would represent the dream.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]

Snaidero’s Way, created without handles, brings together space, wood and ceramics in one brilliant design

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Snaidero’s Way, created without handles, brings together space, wood, and ceramics in one brilliant design.

[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section][et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ custom_padding=”71px|0px|71px|0px|true|false”][et_pb_row custom_padding=”0px||0px|” _builder_version=”3.9″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.15″ text_font=”Kozuka Gothic Pro||||||||” text_font_size_phone=”14px” text_font_size_last_edited=”on|phone” text_letter_spacing=”1px” text_line_height=”1.6em” header_2_font_size=”2px” header_font=”||||||||” header_2_font=”||||||||” header_2_text_color=”#ffffff”] Created without handles, Snaidero’s Way is a design with well-defined proportions, minimalist contours and a sophisticated range of finishes and colors. Way got featured at Eurocucina 2016 under a completely new guise: in close harmony with nature, Way’s essential layout and materials came with a wonderfully natural feel: Ceramics and Wood. With the coming together of tactile materials, sleek silhouettes and pure design talent, we have pushed back the frontiers of Kitchen Design with our research once again. The large central work island has been entirely made in stone-effect ceramic with a three-dimensional look for the doors and top. This lends the kitchen a monolithic effect as well as ensuring superb efficiency (high heat resistance, stainproof and scratch proof). Encased in tactile yet rigorous stone frames, the work zones excel in terms of ergonomic comfort. The heart of the kitchen buzzes with technology: rigorous and harmonious on the inside, functional and efficient on the inside. The cupboards all come with retractable doors built-in down to the ground and finished in Palude oak wood.

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Snaidero is all about smart designer kitchens that are intelligent and have timeless appeal

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Snaidero is all about smart designer kitchens that are intelligent and have the timeless appeal

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Snaidero has always believed in “Future is Intelligence”, and all of its design creations have been a constant corroboration of a “smart, interactive Kitchen that redesigns the space around with its relational intelligence.” At Snaidero, you get the best of both worlds – in short, a smart, designer Italian kitchen that is a perfect fit for your aesthetics.

In these times where new ways of interpreting spaces in one’s home are more the norm than the exception, there is a growing desire for harmonization and intelligent optimization. The eagerness of becoming smart – in turn, informs the different categories that are closely linked to the world of design and manufacturing: space and time, ecology and economy. It is the age of furniture that is easy to assemble, disassemble and reassemble, based on requirements or taste.

Thanks to intelligent solutions, excellent flexibility, and quality of design, kitchen spaces designed by Snaidero have been pioneers in the space, literally. Combined with its competitive benchmarks in terms of quality and accessible in terms of cost, Snaidero kitchen designs have a “smart” identity, in other words, they are equipped with relational intelligence as well as a comfortable design. These are the principles behind the new kitchens on offer to the public now and in the future: WayOperaLoftIdeaCodeOla 25Gioconda, Look. All of which are smart designs because they are intrinsically able to respond to the most contemporary expectations of quality, life, aesthetics, and technology, right from the design stage. They are also all provided as standard with a potential for customization and accessibility that has never been seen before.

The concept of the “smart kitchen” for Snaidero is linked to two aspects. The first is maximum freedom given to each compositional element to encourage and enhance the creativity, the taste and functional requirements of the user, both at the design stage and then during daily use. The second aspect, however, concerns the complex subject of the flexible and functional use of the kitchen space, above all with respect to small spaces. We are convinced that in a smart kitchen all the various requirements relate to one another and can find their perfect balance, which is always dynamic. In the end, it is always about renovating and expanding, using new knowledge and new possibilities, the still extremely valid concept of “design for all”. Or in other words, Snaidero designer kitchens are created “for life”.

Snaidero, ‘la Dolce Vita’ in your own kitchen

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Granite – Pure Nature on your Modern Kitchentop

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Granite

 At Pure Nature on your Modern Kitchentop

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The worktop is the defining element of a modern kitchen‘s comfort. However, owing to its frequent use, most subject to wear during everyday activities. Our grandmothers taught us that marble and granite are excellent materials for this environment, thanks to their practicality and resistance. Granite is pure nature, each worktop is unique and different. This exclusive and hardy stone is capable of withstanding heat and has a compact, uniform structure with high chemical inertness.

Resistance

Granite is an extremely resistant stone: unsurprisingly, therefore, it is ranked second on the Mohs scale—which measures the hardness of all types of materials—just behind the diamond. This denotes the durability of the product which can optimally withstand the impact of external agents.

Snaidero’s Solutions

ANTIQUE BROWN, a dark brown African granite tending to black, featuring a large grain size with jagged edges and light, brilliant color shades that seem to add a three-dimensional quality to the surface (available with polished and honed finish);

COFFEE BROWN, a dark brown Asian granite featuring a medium-large grain size with variable dimensions, with alternating brown-reddish grain on a dark-black background yielding a surface with a highly original color (available with polished and honed finish);

LABRADOR ANTIQUE, a relatively light brown Northern European granite, featuring medium grain size with variable dimensions, with alternating light brown and hazelnut grain enriched by the presence of iridescent grains with metallic blue reflections – a typical feature of these granites (available with polished and flamed-brushed finish);

ABSOLUTE BLACK, a black African granite with fine grain size blending dark grey and black, creating a uniform and elegant appearance (available with polished, flamed-brushed and honed finish);

Stains

The granite worktops of our kitchens all feature high chemical inertness and, therefore, are highly resistant to stains. However, colored liquids or potentially aggressive liquids such as oil, vinegar, fruit juices, and coffee should be removed quickly, as they may stain or dull the surface. The same applies to chemical products used for cleaning.

Cleaning & Maintenance

For daily cleaning requirements, a microfibre cloth and neutral detergents are sufficient. For cleaning stubborn dirt, avoid using detergents containing acidic or anti-limescale substances: use moderately rough steel wool instead.

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