Architectural Digest India

VALCUCINE

What began more than three decades ago, today is a leading light in the world of design. Valcucine is recognized for its state-of-the-art manufacturing and combining the value of artisanship with technology to meet the expectations of its customers. CEO of ItalianCreationGroup, the Italian holding company of Valcucine, Giuseppe Di Nuccio explains, “Valcucine has a heritage that entails many things like research, technology, Italian design, purity and sustainability. Our one of a kind materials are eco-friendly and our brand is the only one in the world that has a kitchen made entirely of glass. We even conduct a

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