Launched in 1974, the biennial International Kitchen Furniture Exhibition and its collateral event FTK (Technology For the Kitchen) is the leading showcase for high-end kitchens.
The EuroCucina provided a targeted and innovative response to the huge interest in the sector, along with FTK - Technology For the Kitchen, its collateral event, specializing in built-in domestic appliances and their evolution.
The key concepts driving the exhibits, showcased by 117 companies within an exhibition space measuring over 22,000 m2, were efficiency and evocation. Kitchens have ceased to be purely functional spaces to become domestic hubs, places for conviviality and socializing. This revival of the domestic hearth makes for an interconnected, multipurpose and professional space, yet one where emotions never fail to run high.
Visitors were greeted with a vast array of top quality goods. All the exhibits at EuroCucina embodied contemporary design, technological innovation, next-generation performance, energy efficiency and ease of use. New shapes, colors, and materials helped mark out the kitchen as a place for conviviality and interaction with the outside world.
As always, FTK - Technology For the Kitchen - with 48 exhibitors on an exhibition area of 22,192 m2 - provided an overview of the state of the art technology of built-in domestic appliances, with models, prototypes and concepts conceived by companies that set tremendous store by research.
|Event Date||04-13-2021 9:30 am|
|Event End Date||04-18-2021 6:00 pm|
|Tel||+ 39 02 725941|
|Location||Centro Congressi Stella Polare, Rho, Italy|
|Categories||Trade Show, Bathroom & Kitchen, Home & Office|
The "Stella Polare" convention centre, designed by Massimiliano Fuksas, is a gem of design celebrated all over the world, whose interior features flexible, technologically advanced spaces.
The convention centre is located within one of Europe's largest exhibition centres and is connected to eight pavilions with a full 34,000 square metres free of columns, making it ideal for large exhibitions of congresses or mega-events, including plenary gatherings of up to 17,000 people.
Innovative forms, record size, total usability, highly advanced technological equipment: the utmost in spatial design.