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Fenice kitchen inspired by the Baroque and Venetian theater

Fenice kitchen inspired by the Baroque and Venetian theater

The collection of kitchens Eternity by Cadore Arredamenti expresses a well-defined, glamorous, independent design language that follows specific Italian tradition and artistic concept. In the Eternity collection, the famous Venetian theatre of previous centuries was the inspiring element for the homonymous Fenice kitchen. This kitchen visually resembles a monument which reflects historical architecture with elements from Venetian Baroque style of 18th century. The baroque style is expressed by fluid lines and sculpted decorations which show a personality and an antique style meant to create a special atmosphere and to give authenticity to the interior. The Fenice is a masterpiece with extremely refined and delicate lines.

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