Dada Kitchen Designs
INDada by Dada is an innovative kitchen design, dedicated to the new generations, a young public and above all to taste. Generations that are ever more aware of what they want and able to make their own choices, in a balanced mix between creativity and flexibility.
INDada answers this challenge, but it’s a lot more too. The creation of a firm always at the forefront of technological innovation and design research, of a new line with high quality standards and original technology. INDada is a young creation: simple, flexible and above all affordable, answering the desires of a demanding clientèle, careful of its investments but not willing to sacrifice the quality that the Dada brand name gives.
Hi-Line 6 is the most informal version of the Hi-Line kitchen and is specially designed for those looking for a practical solution that will fit easily into a small space. New finishes, different combinations but still with the hallmark Dada quality and style that distinguishes Hi-Line.
Hi-Line renewed. Ferruccio Laviani’s project has been updated to ensure greater space and volume in the kitchen. New units, for a more practical place with a more rational layout. Why Hi-Line 6? Because the baseboard is 6 cm high, thus allowing for greater cupboard space and an additional cupboard shelf. The rigorous and linear geometry of Hi-Line satisfies the demands of everyday living. And the kitchen becomes cosy, functional and homely, a place where you can happily spend every minute of your day. For solutions with an island, the project includes a system of suspended overhead shelves, a compact extractor hood, LED lighting and sockets for small household appliances. Hi-Line 6 underlines the lightness of the worktop, which becomes a fluid element, for a rigorous contemporary kitchen. The combination of wooden top and shelves offers a range of storage or display surfaces; from a counter-style worktop to a table proper. The space between the top and the cupboard doors gives easy access to the base units and great linearity to the design. A subtle and light play of horizontal lines, support structures and cupboard units. Everything is in line with the design of the kitchen – like every Dada project: simple, hi-tech and supremely functional.
“Even when designing a simple cube, there are decisions to make, an alphabet, perhaps a grammar,” says Carlo Scarpa.
Nuvola, by Luca Meda, is an alphabet: a marble top and a wall, equipped with shelves from the Trim series which become a full height bookcase, in white lacquered aluminium. The handle is in chrome plate.
The wall consists of wall units from the Nuvola series.
The Carnico Grey marble is 4 cm thick.
The Island has a built in hob and the sink is original, a small dishwasher in steel which can take 5 place settings.
The appliances are original: a wine rack, an oven and a cooler for cooling food and drink rapidly and freezing them.