Snaidero Italian kitchens opens flagship in Sydney

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Ola 25 kitchen by Snaidero.

Ola 25 kitchen by Snaidero.

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Opera kitchen by Snaidero.

Opera kitchen by Snaidero.

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Look kitchen by Snaidero.

Look kitchen by Snaidero.

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Hera kitchen by Snaidero.

Hera kitchen by Snaidero.

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Frame kitchen by Snaidero.

Frame kitchen by Snaidero.

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Way kitchen by Snaidero.

Way kitchen by Snaidero.

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The reception desk at the Snaidero Sydney showroom.

The reception desk at the Snaidero Sydney showroom.

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Italian kitchen brand Snaidero has opened a flagship showroom in Sydney designed by Greg Natale.

Located in Redfern, the 600-square-metre space showcases some of Snaidero’s signature kitchen collections as well as potential bespoke configurations.

The space includes eight kitchen arrangements with the Ola 25 conceived by Ferrari designer Paolo Pinifarina presented as the centrepiece of the showroom.

Natale’s design, compete with polished concrete floors, expansive European glass shop windows and a faceted brass reception desk.

“I carefully reviewed the finishes of each design on display to ensure the showroom is both stylistically and culturally appealing to a local audience,” said Natale. “Snaidero makes incredibly beautiful kitchens and I wanted to complement this in the best way possible – by creating a luxe and glamorous interior.”

The showroom also includes the Opera, Look and Hera kitchens designed by Michele Marcon and the Frame kitchen designed by architect Massimo Isoa Ghini.

To complement the Opera kitchen, Natale’s design incorporated perforated metallic suspended ceiling and an onyx effect wall.

Snaidero Sydney
snaiderosydney.com.au


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