At Aosta, we have been in the forefront of a revolution in kitchen world, removing the barriers between kitchen creating an environment that is inviting and logically laid-out. We work with leading and extremely skilled designers to reinvent the kitchen, enabling our customers to use the space for cooking, relaxing and interacting with others in a more rewarding and creative way. With Aosta, the kitchen is no longer just a place to cook – it’s a heaven.
At Aosta, we think first in terms of the space, rather than the units or cabinets to fill it. This philosophy is central to the designs that we offer and underpins the approach of Aosta studio designers to each commission. This unique way of thinking means that Aosta kitchen not only looks unique; it also functions in a more satisfying and ergonomic way. Take the +ARTESIO range; this was the first kitchen concept designed to link the cooking and the living spaces, with the unique +ARTESIO arch as its defining focal point.
At Aosta, we’re not content to follow convention. We’ve even redesigned the drawer; unlike others, our drawers place the runners beneath the drawer, not at either side. This gives a broader uninterrupted space for our customers to use and enables us to use stronger, long-lasting roller bearings for the drawer runners.
Even the shelf supports within Aosta cabinet are carefully considered elements of the overall design. They’re immensely strong, capable of holding many times the load that even heavy crockery or utensils could ever place on them, yet they’re also discreet and can be repositioned as the customer’s storage needs change.
A soft closer has a simple design function – to create a pleasing visual base to a cabinet or island and close the gap between the bottom of a cupboard and the floor. Ours are attached by strong magnets, so they can also be easily detached for cleaning or access and then reattached without the need for tools or specialist help.
Aosta has constantly reinvented the kitchen and the way it’s used. The company was the first to introduce a white kitchen at a time when the traditional designs of its rivals were in dark wood; a bold step that made the space feel more inviting, clean and fresh. Later, the kitchen island another Aosta innovation - gave a new dynamism to the kitchen space, encouraging the whole family to use it for informal dining or interacting with each other.
Recently new concepts like the +ARTESIO arch create a visual link between living, cooking and dining areas, encouraging the home’s occupants to enjoy and perceive the space in a holistic way.