Robert M. Stevens

Robert M. Stevens
Robert M. Stevens

(Paris 1886 – 1945)

Strongly impressed by the cleanliness and essentiality of the Austrian and German design of his time, in 1910 Stevens subjected his design vision to a process of formal synthesis and reduction that placed simplicity as the main creative canon.
In 1913, in his Salon de musique at the Salon d’Automne, he presented what, according to his new conception, would be the shapes and volumes of modern Parisian living and commercial spaces: clean lines and geometric shapes, furniture also made of tubular steel, fabrics with cubist prints but characterised by basic lines and soft colours.

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Vama Cucine is an important name in the Made in Italy kitchen sector, with a history that began in the 70s in the Pesaro furniture district, where the production of fitted kitchens has always been synonymous with excellence, recognized not only in Italy, but also in the rest of the world.

Production and warehouse facilities

Via Direttissima del Conero
Industrial Park
60021 Camerano (AN)