A kitchen with a classic contemporary style by the Italian designer Roberto Pezzetta, the concept for which was presented in 2012 at the Abitare il Tempo 100% Project event.
Legno Vivo is made with nothing but natural oak, whose strength can be seen in the simple but innovative design. In a process patented by GeD cucine, a hidden grip with a SoftTouch effect is hollowed into the 40 mm thick framed doors.
Legno Vivo also includes a natural oak corner unit with transparent tempered glass and LED internal lighting.
This kitchen by the Italian designer Roberto Pezzetta was given a “Good Design Award” in 2009 by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design.
Argento Vivo contrasts linearity with soft forms. They appear alongside each other and blend together spectacularly. The design takes advantage of the exceptional chemical and physical properties of the materials. This can be seen in the 24 mm thick satinized tempered glass doors in a range of seven colours and in their frames, which are made of black aluminium that is anodized or coated with epoxy resins, for outstanding resistance to corrosion.
The electric Push-Pull ServoDrive system is used to open the units.
This modern kitchen line has a powerful technical and aesthetic impact. The design makes the most of the natural characteristics of the wood.
Velvet Élite has a “flat-groove” opening system. An angle of 30° is cut into the profiles of the doors so that they can be opened without external handles. These details give it an understated style while meeting ergonomic standards.
The 25 mm thick doors and the decorative surfaces come in a number of materials: lacquered MDF in 24 gloss and matt colours (plus 3 special lacquers); 18 different varieties of oak-veneered wood; and another 8 types of special wood.
Another feature of the Velvet Élite kitchen line is the increased capacity given by the 84 cm tall bases.
This modern kitchen line has a powerful technical and aesthetic impact. The design makes the most of the chemical and physical characteristics of the materials to give practical quality and durability.
Velvet Profile I has a “flat-groove” opening system, which epitomizes its basic style without compromising its practicality. The electric Push-Pull ServoDrive unit-opening system is available as an optional feature. The 24 mm thick doors and the decorative surfaces come in a number of materials: lacquered tempered glass in 12 colours, with aluminium frames; lacquered MDF in 24 colours; 18 different varieties of oak-veneered wood; and black walnut.
The items in the Velvet Profile I range can be matched with those in the Velvet Handle selection.
A kitchen range with a minimalist modern style and a selection of materials that give it unique universal qualities.
Velvet Profile C has a new aluminium groove system with a choice of a semi-gloss finish, gloss white lacquer or an anodized black finish. The ergonomic designs give excellent grip.
The 24 mm thick doors and the decorative surfaces come in a number of materials: lacquered tempered glass in 12 colours, with aluminium frames; lacquered MDF in 24 colours; 18 different varieties of oak-veneered wood; and black walnut.
This modern kitchen line offers the ideal balance between form and function. The design really turns to account the superb qualities of the materials, as well as the decorative and practical contribution of the handles.
Velvet Handle has introduced two new distinctive handles to go with the others in the GeD Cucine range. The 24 mm thick doors and the decorative surfaces come in a number of materials: lacquered MDF in 24 colours; 18 different varieties of oak-veneered wood; and black walnut.
The items in the Velvet Handle range can be matched with those in the Velvet Profile selection.
This prestigious kitchen has a modern style that is blended with the classic contemporary feel of the shades of oak wood.
Treviso has 24 mm thick solid wood framed doors that come with a natural oak veneer or eight varieties of lacquering with partially open pores. One of its distinguishing features is the handle shaped directly in the door between the panel and the frame, for exclusive aesthetic appeal and ergonomic benefits. Another unique element in this model by GeD Cucine is the hood: the stainless steel of the motor section and chimney is joined to the wood of the base, which forms a practical open unit.
This prestigious kitchen straddles the boundary between classic contemporary and modern styles, with its light and dark tones of real, select Italian walnut wood.
Fiamma has 24 mm thick doors with asymmetrical frames. They are made of solid wood that has an Italian walnut veneer with a singular striped appearance. The effect is produced by alternating the light and dark shades created by the Sepia Grey colouring. The handles are made of aluminium with inclined Italian walnut inserts, in an exclusive GeD Cucine design that is only used for this model. Another distinctive Fiamma feature is the column unit with aligned opening.
This modern kitchen range has a minimalist style and offers numerous personalization options for the opening system and finish.
Seta comes in a minimal version with a flush handle (Seta Line), a version with a flat handle attached to the profile of the door (Seta Class), and a more classical version that can be fitted with a handle design of your choice from the GeD Cucine range. The electric Push-Pull ServoDrive unit-opening system is available as an optional feature.
The 20 mm thick doors and the decorative surfaces come in lacquered MDF in 24 colours or 18 different varieties of oak-veneered wood.
This is a kitchen line with a minimalist modern style and an extremely versatile modular format.
Space has a new aluminium groove that comes with a soft polished, glossy white lacquer or black anodized finish, for excellent grip on the anthropometric models. The 20 mm thick doors come in lacquered MDF in 24 colours or Class E1 eco-friendly panels with a selection of 11 thermoset melamine surface designs. 24 high-quality Japanese thermoset polymer laminate finishes (with a thickness of 22 mm) are also available, including white and beige versions with edges produced using LaserTec technology.
The items from the Space line can be matched with those in the Space Glass and Alter selections.
An “alternative” technical approach was used for this modern, youthful kitchen: a lacquer finish is applied to panels that are already melamine faced on all sides, including the edges. It is a solution that gives an exceptionally good quality/price ratio and a sound alternative to polymer coating.
Alter has flat, 20 mm thick doors made from eco-friendly melamine-faced panels that are traditionally lacquered in matt white or matt dove hues. There is a highly ergonomic design with an understated style featuring an aluminium or glossy white groove for excellent grip.
The items from the Alter line can be matched with those in the Space and Space Glass selections.
This modern offering is an ideal first kitchen for people who want quality at competitive prices. It can cater to the real demand on the market and steers clear of aesthetic extravagance and superfluousness. The design is focused on quality and the balance between form and function.
Energy has flat, 20 mm thick doors with 4 thermoset melamine surface designs: Matrix, Grafis, Tranché and the brand new Larix (White and Brown). There are also a further three door varieties made of MDF with a polymer coating and edges produced with LaserTec technology in the colours white and beige. 25 different types of chrome-plated or painted handles can be combined with the different looks, for complete customization. The edges are made of ABS that can withstand high temperatures thanks to the special polyurethane glues used.
This bright, modern kitchen has a functional design with a focus on ergonomics, as can be seen in elements such as the soft-polished chrome-plated aluminium handle profiles fitted into the edges of the doors.
Mare has flat, 20 mm thick doors with gloss porcelain white HPL (High Pressure Laminated) surfaces on both sides. Two door models are exclusively available for this line: blue semi-transparent glass and white lacquer on a lacquered MDF frame.
This is a modern kitchen with a youthful, flexible style. The colours and the finishing combinations take prominence, while the form and function remain perfectly poised.
Alice’s flat, 22 mm thick MDF doors have high-quality Japanese thermoset polymer laminate finishes. 30 colour options are available, including glossy hues, matt tones and decorative wood designs.
It is possible to customize the opening system by choosing between the handles in the GeD Cucine collection or picking a flat groove (Alice Neck). A glass cabinet is also available for this model. It has an aluminium frame and is made of semi-transparent screen-printed glass with black or white lacquering.
This modern kitchen has a powerful technical and aesthetic impact. The chemical and physical characteristics of the materials are used to create the handles, which give the line a unique, unmistakeable style.
Life has flat, 22 mm thick MDF doors with a handle hollowed out of the front horizontal edge using a pantograph system. The high-quality Japanese thermoset polymer laminate decorative finish adapts perfectly to the forms of the doors, setting off the chemical and physical properties of the materials and producing a unique overall aesthetic effect. Four glossy finishes and two matt finishes are available for Life. A glass cabinet is also available for this model. It has an aluminium frame and is made of semi-transparent screen-printed glass with black or white lacquering.