In the 60s ARIES was already making the most modern and imaginative furniture of the time in Europe. The company’s ‘peninsulas’, tables, dividing units, internal accessories, etc were pioneering and even today are still often in use.

 

THE 70s sees a trend towards luxury in the quality of the materials used in the construction of the units. The ARIES design brings a tradition of beauty and fine craftsmanship, to which is added careful finishes, elegance and functionality.

 

THE 80s. This decade sees the demands of perfectionism, lacquers that perfectly embellish a kitchen, high-quality laminates… everything designed to create perfect order, but with the warmth of homes that require elegant, useful kitchens, in soft, pleasing tones, in the style of the times.

 

THE 90s sees a variety of styles, forms and materials in the kitchens of those years. Practical, useful designs combining harmonious lacquers with strong wood tones that make for kitchens with powerful personalities.

 

YESTERDAY: Minimalist lines, perfect finishes. The pure quality of the materials used means all the objects needed to cook, serve and clean are kept neat and tidy in the units.

 

TODAY: Current designs that know how to play with the most up-to-date techniques using a style that’s functional, ordered and clean, avoiding sharp edges, in soft, tranquil tones with elegant, simple, distinctive lines that turn a dream kitchen into a reality that never ages.