Starting from 2014, Dada's Vela kitchen has been reborn thanks to the project of Dante Bonuccelli, an Argentine designer who had the boldness to reinterpret a timeless classic, bringing it into modernity thanks to a profound evolution that involves both materials and constructive techniques, in an attempt to profit from current technologies to put them at the service of the user in everyday life.

On the other hand, it is Bonuccelli himself, a design consultant for Dada, who states that "the ideal design comes from a new concept, is functional, is attention to detail, has harmonious shapes and becomes timeless". It is by combining these principles with the tradition of excellence of the Molteni Group company that Vela has been transformed into an avant-garde kitchen, but above all designed according to who lives there, in order to last over time.



In the history of Dada, always careful to combine design, innovation and mastery in the processing of materials, Vela was born first of all in its "Quadra" version designed by Ferruccio Laviani, an Italian excellence who would later put his signature as well on the model Hi-Line of Dada.

The Vela Quadra kitchen develops around the operational counter, which represents the reference point of the composition. Surrounding it there is the pantry furniture, characterized by the precious texture of the doors, enhanced thanks to a fascinating combination of finishes and the brightness of the stainless steel tops.

The centrality of the counter also aims to redefine the domestic space in the kitchen, while the combination with the surrounding furniture helps to create a play of profiles, heights and thicknesses.



The Vela kitchen redesigned by Dante Bonuccelli in 2014 represents an important evolution of the original concept, which takes on new proportions and is further enhanced through exclusive technical details, attentive in their aesthetics since they are designed especially in the name of functionality.

This is the case, for example, of the new hinged opening mechanism that allows the door to move with a particular rotation, or of the top processing technology, hidden by an elegant superimposition of thin lines.

Precisely the stainless steel tops represent a distinctive feature of Vela, as well as of other Dada kitchens: the Foster tops, which the company has chosen as a partner, are designed to obtain a technological product, with an refreshing aesthetic and which can integrate in the design of sinks and hobs in the most harmonious way possible.

In addition to the look, Dada kitchens are designed to constantly surprise the user in daily use, which is why it is possible to choose between different types of handles, classic or more essential, and between multiple push-to-open door systems, available both mechanical. and in the electrified version.



As per the tradition of Dada, the modern redesign of the Vela kitchen also focuses on a clean and essential design which is however placed at the service of functionality, obtained with the integration of innovative technological processes of which the new hinged door opening mechanism represents just a little clue.

In fact that the gaze inevitably rests on the thin lines of the tops, wall units and base units, Vela reveals its character even through the less evident details, such as the new Dada by Grass movements that characterize drawers and baskets, allowing a fluidity of the various components that make the kitchen as aesthetically pleasant as it is simple to use.



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