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This Italian Brand Will Make Your Kitchen Your Favorite Room at Home

For over 35 years, Italian luxury kitchen maker Valcucine has put forward timeless designs of enduring quality.
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Impervious to trends, Valcucine kitchens have focused on the well-being of their users, transforming everyday environments into spaces that contribute to the quality of life. A distinctive feature of the brand's high-end kitchens is the uniqueness in usage of each material. Whether it be its signature glass, wood, or lacquer, Valculcine’s craftsmanship, customization options, and innovative design enhance the user experience. In addition to timeless aesthetics, all Valcucine kitchens are free from any toxic varnishes and solvents. Modularity Home Showroom, 4/F SM Mega Fashion Hall; 717.6219.


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The Modularity Showroom features Valcucine’s Artematica and Genius Loci collections.

*This story was originally published in the March 2018 issue of Town&Country Philippines.

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