The Carré kitchen is firstly introduced in At Eurocucina 2010 in Milan, Italian kitchen manufacturer Ernestomeda. It is designed by Marc Sadler. Versatile and multifaceted, Carré combines eclecticism and avant-garde design, responding to the observer’s imagination to pay homage to the kitchen as a place for sharing, the centre of the home’s daily life. The design project arose from the desire to produce a kitchen with versatility and breadth of assortment as its major benefits – and here it is important to underline the connotations of craftsmanship, supported by the potential of industrial production but clearly reflected in the infinite variety of colours, forms and combinations.
Carré’s major innovative content lies not just in the beauty of this detail, but also in the vast assortment of solutions possible: the new handle is available in a wide choice of shapes and sizes. Carré also offers an impressively wide choice of colours, which guarantee personalisation to the consumer’s preferences: there are 46 varieties of both matt and gloss lacquered finishes, for both doors and handles. Handles can be supplied in wood, in rosewood and olive versions, or in steel. The kitchen is completed by the addition of elements capable of satisfying a variety of furnishing requirements. The items available include open end base cabinets and cupboards and open boxes for base and tall cabinets, components ideal for creating counters or bookcases, depending on requirements, the perfect expression of the Ernestomeda philosophy. [source]