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Since arriving in Hong Kong, we have been trying to promote the local design industry. To do that, on the 29th October we invited the top talents across design industry to join a cocktail party at Rimadesio Flagship Store at Happy Valley, our brand new flagship store in hong Kong, to preview the artworks of entrants of the “Dress Up Your Kitchen” competition organized in conjunction with Perspective magazine.

2010 AIA Hong Kong Honors & Awards Ceremony

Now we are delighted to announce we were the Title Sponsor of The 2010 AIA Hong Kong Honors & Awards Ceremony and Celebration Dinner, as the support of Hong Kong design industry is for us very important. The AIA Hong Kong Honors & Awards Ceremony was held on the 20th October 2010 at the Rotunda, Exchange Square; in this year’s edition it was The American Institute of Architects Hong Kong’s annual Design Award Program that recognizes excellence in architectural design of projects. The aim of the program was to increase awareness of outstanding architecture and to honor the AIA member architects, clients, and consultants who work together to improve the built environment we all share. There were mainly two categories of Awards: Design Awards and Scholastic Awards. The Awards winners included Nelson Chen Architects Ltd., Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Arquitectonica, Ronald Lu & Partners, CL3 Architects Limited, Yuchang Chang AIA, AEDAS Ltd, Richards Basmajian, HOK International Asia Pacific Ltd, Integrated Design Associates Ltd.
We participated to both events by displaying a model of Artematica, our 100% recyclable kitchen programs, which perfectly matched with the design projects of members of AIA and guests, especially because we could share the same commitment and devotion to protect the environment.


We quote here the Treehugger’s post:

“If one was going to build the perfect kitchen you might want it to be made of a material that is easily cleaned, like glass. You would expect it to ship flat-pack to reduce transport costs. You might make it so that there are no glues, just mechanical connections so that it could be easily taken apart and reassembled in a different form. Need metal? Use recycled aluminum.
Toss in the slickest of Italian design and you have the Valcucine Invitrum. Don’t know what it costs and am afraid to ask. But it is slick and green.
More at Valcucine and in TreeHugger:Italian Kitchen Design Keeps Getting Greener with New Valcucine and Jargon Watch: “Recyclable.”

Credit: Valcucine By Lloyd Alter, Toronto
on April 7, 2009 4:04 AM
Buzz up!”

Valcucine presents it first 100% recyclable kitchen with ‘gReenaissance‘, an exposition project inspired to the material’s natural life-cycle, an extensive and coherent research aimed to create eco-friendly kitchens.


also at the Show Room Spotti | Habitat Naturale Valcucine
Viale Piave 27, Milano h. 10 – 20 open

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