Vol 177 / Anno 31 / April | May 2007
Where to Buy Around the World
By Paola Leone
Located in the heart of the city in the Park Laurel, Fifth Avenue, the showroom is an exclusive distributor of the Arclinea brand, serving both trade and private customers.
(Translated from the original Italian text)
FULL COLLECTION: The opening of the new Arclinea flagship store in San Diego (2 November 2006) was celebrated with an Italian buffet featuring finely presented authentic Italian foods and wines with certification of controlled origin, from the Friuli, Veneto and Sicily regions. The Italian general consul attended the event, together with the San Diego magazine team.
Located in the heart of the city in the Park Laurel complex, along Fifth Avenue, the Arclinea San Diego showroom is an exclusive distributor of the Arclinea brand, serving both trade and private customers.
“We are pleased to offer such a high-caliber kitchen collection to San Diego clients,” says Lisa Wilson-Wirth, president of Arclinea San Diego. “The enthusiastic response we have received attests to the community’s growing appreciation of contemporary design and an increasing demand by San Diego homeowners and the trade for access to the highest quality design product.”
Wilson-Wirth adds, “Working with Arclinea, moreover, is a creative experience. This is the case with our products, which are carefully customized based on customers’ specific needs. Our designers are well aware that the kitchen is much more than a room; our kitchen designs reflect our customers’ way of life. This is why our Arclinea kitchen designs are conceived not only to make the most of available space, but as living spaces that can be enjoyed with family and friends.”
Arclinea is a beloved trademark. It was not completely unknown in the United States; the showroom at 2515 Fifth Avenue in San Diego is one of eight distributors located there. However, this is the first U.S. showroom featuring the newest Artusi kitchen designs, which were presented at Eurocucina ’06. This is the excellence of Arclinea, designed by Antonio Citterio.