The Innova, Eucalipto, Chicago and Varese Collections
At BC3 Cocinas we introduced ourselves for the first time this year at ESPACIO COCINA SICI, one of the most important professional trade fairs in the kitchen furniture and equipment sector in Spain, showing our four new furniture collections.
For three days at Feria Valencia we had a stand covering almost 400 square metres distributed over five interconnected spaces, where we presented four kitchens created from our four new furniture collections, as well as a bar/cafeteria area where we could talk to all our customers.
At BC3 Cocinas we designed four bespoke kitchens using the materials from the four new collections that we are launching this year inspired by the latest trends.
‘The current trend is moving towards a cleaner, more open, modern design, without so many fixtures. Open kitchens connected to the living room with appliances that are as integrated as possible’ says Jorge Couto, the general manager of BC3 Cocinas.
‘This modernity is also expressed in the form of clean cabinets with retractable doors that hide parts of the kitchen’ he adds.
‘Natural, ecological materials are also on trend, as is using a mixture of materials, such as kitchens with a combination of stone, wood and metal components’ he concludes.
This kitchen, with which we present our new Innova collection, has a linear distribution with an island and an integrated bar area. It features Storm Blue, Neutral Sand and Curry colourways together with the worktop detail on the island in wood texture laminate and black metallic elements. The newest feature is the doors of the Innova collection in Storm Blue and Neutral Sand, as well as a decorative unit from the Planet collection in Curry and the drawers in White and Anthracite.
The Eucalipto collection is characterised by a 2.80 cm double-height unit, an area integrated into the living room and a wall of decorative glass cabinets with interior lighting.
The combination of Smoked Eucalyptus wood, porcelain and matte lacquered texture is a new trend that features in the design of this kitchen.
The latest feature presented in this kitchen is the new Smoked Eucalyptus wood door and new Ditex frame, a laminate that simulates a textile texture. The interiors of the decorative glass cabinets are designed in Supreme White from the Innova series, combined with LED lighting on the lateral panels and glass shelves.
This kitchen from the Chicago collection has a parallel linear layout with an island entirely made from porcelain with natural wood details. It is designed with tall modules where the glass cabinets separate the appliance area from the storage area.
The doors of the new Chicago model in green olive ash wood with integrated handles enhance the pure, straight lines of the kitchen, while inside we see the new V8 drawers by Grass with two possible opening systems: electric or mechanical.
The combination of the Chicago model together with the inner frame of the Aurora model, in oak texture, provides the furniture of this kitchen with sufficient warmth. In parallel, the glass cabinet that divides the appliance area from the storage area has a backlit interior and a decorative back panel in porcelain.
The island brings a touch of light to the kitchen thanks to the porcelain design of both the doors and the worktop, achieving a solid block effect that makes it stand out as the central feature.
The Varese collection presents a concept of kitchen where the aim is to conceal all functional elements. It comes with the new Exedra2 Star system of retractable doors that can conceal up to 3 metres of fitted units.
It also includes an island with slatted oak doors from the Varese model and its countertop is completely open and clear to use as a work surface. In terms of design, the right angles are softened thanks to solid wood mouldings that stylise the island.
The glass cabinets have a concealed hinge and interior lighting with a decorative back panel in natural oak from the Varese model, while the kitchen interior has a LED lighting system with an opening sensor, making all the elements visible.
Thanks to the retractable system, it is possible to conceal and integrate all the usual electrical appliances: fridge with assisted opening, oven and plate warmer hidden within the unit, and a concealed breakfast unit.
In terms of materials, the new Varese model is combined with the new Ondas 1 model, with a striped door in matte lacquer with an anti-fingerprint Xolid finish.