The story of GeD Cucine began in 1969 in Biancade near Treviso, which has traditionally been a centre of furniture production. The company has developed and established itself thanks to the insight and determination of the founder Giuseppe Dolfo, not to mention his ability to consciously represent and express the essential blend of tradition and modernity in the products that he has conceived over time.
GeD Cucine shows great respect for its customers and the users of its products by placing the utmost importance on the content and the substance of the materials, especially natural wood. It is a key, intrinsic part of GeD Cucine’s furniture not only because of its history and tradition, but also because of its renowned durability and reusability over time.
A number of types of wood are used in the joinery department, including ash and oak. The trees come from monitored reforestation areas. Once they have been seasoned, they are cut and processed in a largely integrated procedure. In addition to an ideal pairing of form and function, the focus of GeD Cucine’s design research is on a stylistic dimension that is contemporary but not faddish. There is no room for extravagance or passing fashions in the timeless look that is put together in the same way as the products: it is made to last over the years, standing the test of changing tastes as well as wear and tear. The design approach is based on the “classically trendy” concept: a stylistic and fundamentally philosophical outlook developed by GeD Cucine that influenced the market by opening up new horizons for home and kitchen furniture design, while also giving GeD Cucine an established and recognizable identity.
GeD Cucine’s products have a clear character which is based on the quality of the contents and the containers, as well as on materials such as wood, stone, steel and glass. It is a character built on reliability, durable products, the right balance between form and function, and respect for the customers, the users and the environment.