Tuesday, June 26, 2007

The Scene at Arclinea Boston

I went to a very fun event today that was hosted by contemporary kitchen design studio Arclinea. In conjunction with the Boston Society of Architects and with proceeds going to the Aids Action Committee, the event was called "Meet the Press". We were treated to the inside scoop of getting into major local publications such as The Boston Globe*, magazines Design New England, New England Home, Boston Magazine' Home & Garden and, on tv, NECN's New England Dream House* and national publications such as Better Homes & Gardens, Renovation Style*, Traditional Home and Metropolitan Home. As a designer and blogger, I was sometimes not sure which hat I should have been wearing! *publications I've either appeared in or been mentioned in - 3 down, 6 to go!

Back to Arclinea - they are in the middle of expanding their showroom - apparently their electrician had to turn on the lights for the event (!) - so I didn't take photos today. But, I plan on heading back to check out their new showroom when it's finished. Meanwhile, I wanted to share with you some of their work. Arclinea Boston is the first showroom in the US for Arclinea, an industry leader in the manufacturing of luxury, contemporary kitchens, designed and coordinated by the acclaimed Italian architect Antonio Citterio. And, they are collecting awards right and left! Here are a few examples of their work. While contemporary isn't my personal design style, one can't help being attracted to these clean and sleek spaces!



Thanks to owner Philip Guarino, Founder and President of Arclinea Boston, and to Pasqualino Pannone, AIA, LEED for making this event possible and for making us all so welcome! I look forward to visiting your new showroom soon!

2 comments:

Jack said...

Excellent info, I liked it.

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susan said...

OK Ms. Linda, now please get yourself back there to take pictures! :-) Wow, looks like great stuff. Such exciting things going on in kitchen design and those Italians really do it right, don't they?

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