“The Architecture of Modern Italian Living” is the subject of an article featured in Venue Lifestyle and Event Guide 2019, Volume 2. The article showcases Cincinnati’s leading authorities in Italian design, including NOLI.
The article includes insights from NOLI founder, Agostino Fede, as he discusses his Verona heritage and connection with family kitchen manufacturing company, MAISTRI. Fede explains,
“The design sensibility, the history of the company, the materials – they all told me a story that I wanted to share with my friend in the United States.”
Fede goes on to describe NOLI’s collaborative and iterative kitchen design process. NOLI works with both individual clients and representative design teams to develop beautiful modern Italian kitchens. Every detail of installation and service is guided by NOLI through communication with architects, interior designers and builders.
Included in the article are perspectives from Andrew Schaub, Director of Architecture and Prisbet Yanes, Director of Interior Design with Alto Design, high-end residential home design specialist. Fede, Schaub, and Yanes describe their collaborative process, which has resulted in many stunning kitchen installations, along with happy and satisfied clients.
NOLI is not just about building a modern Italian kitchen, it’s about creating an experience. Fede explains the NOLI kitchen design philosophy:
“It’s the center of life’s daily celebrations and simple pleasures. At NOLI, we design kitchens around our clients, for how they live, and entertain. A NOLI kitchen is a canvas – a masterwork of form and function, of materials, color and movement, of aroma and sound.”
NOLI is at Findlay Market in Over-the Rhine, next to the Race streetcar stop.