Logica Celata

Logica Celata, the newest member of the Logica family and the end product of brilliant research into making over space and reinventing ergonomics, has just arrived. It’s available in the Bar, Kitchen and Food Preparation models, each of which contains ideas and accessories purposely designed to meet specific requirements. Configurations in which everything is ready to be used as efficiently as can be and then becomes invisible when no longer needed.

Bar Experience

The bar stands out from the other Logica Celata configurations because it is an all-Italian tradition typical of the Italian way of life, touching conviviality and intimacy and the public and private spheres. The door opens to reveal Valcucine’s new home bar: practical, well-organised and complemented by all the equipment required for impeccable wine tasting, to mix up a perfect cocktail or prepare an excellent espresso, served to please any connoisse

Kitchen Experience

The typical configuration is dedicated to the kitchen, available in two sizes and designed by paying special attention to ergonomics as well as to space optimisation.
The door moves upwards, giving full access to the work area including a hob, extractor and a wash area. The best accessories developed by Valcucine in recent years, such as the power strip and the accessorised shelf complemented by a chopping-board rack, knife-rack and bottle-rack turn cooking into an effortless ritual.


Thanks to Vitrum Arte, designs can be transferred to glass, making each arrangement really unique.
The extraordinary inlay technique is an extremely innovative process that, however, still requires the patient and essential work of man. Exclusive projects are thus created, perfectly poised between art and design.

Logica Celata Gallery

Open the unit and reveal your personality with a single gesture.

Thanks to an advanced V-motion system the door glides gently upwards to reveal the whole work area: a large, fully-customisable space. Lightly and noiselessly, reminiscent of an ancient sallet – the helmet that used to completely cover the head of medieval knights – at the end the door closes flush with the underlying base units.

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