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PATRICIA URQUIOLA | 2014

All materials of this kitchen have been carefully selected and are highly eco-sustainable. It consists of a tubular metal structure made of modules which, once matched, create a fully functional composition.

The structure offers:
– two different heights: suspended or floor-mounted for under-mounted appliances;
– doors with an aluminium frame and decorated with various materials:
PaperStone®, wood, lacquers;
– worktops in ceramic, decorated lava or Lasermat available in various colours;
– overtop structure in tubular metal where ladles hangers, shelves, LED lights can be placed;
– big stone sink (of exclusive design);
– solid wood peninsula tables which can be either fixed, pull-out or slidable, for snack use.

The project is enriched with a trench providing useful storage space for small accessories and with metal shelves with integrated LED lights.

In 2015 wall units are added to the gutter-shaped element, then new materials for doors (metals, concrete, glass) and tall units with doors similar to base units and handle compatible with big electrical appliances too. The tall units are equipped with big open-faced elements, built-in ovens, suspended drawer units in finishing or melamine-coated, integrated LED bar lights.

This product has been awarded the 2015 Wallpaper* Design Awards and 2015 EDIDA as Best Kitchen.

For more information, visit www.boffi.com/int/stores/boffi-studio-singapore.

For enquiries, kindly email info@boffistudio.sg.

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Back in 1934, Piero Boffi founded his company and a lot has changed since then: social convention, living models and aesthetic sense. In these 80 years Boffi has followed this evolution adding its own personal interpretation of the transformation of taste and technologies. This has led Boffi to establish itself as a worldwide synonym for innovation and design.

The first Boffi factory was founded in 1947 and in that same year Piero’s sons Dino, Pier Ugo and Paolo joined the company.From then on, the family business has gone through a series of important milestones, each reached as a result of an innovative strategy: a blend of creativity, production and entrepreneurship; an approach that has redefined design habits and the history of Italian design itself.

One of these milestones was in 1960 when Luigi Massoni began what would be a 20 year tenure as art director. Soon after, 1963 Joe Colombo designed the revolutionary Minikitchen. The 80s are regarded as Boffi’s golden decade with the debut of the brand in the bathroom sector with Luigi Massoni and the establishment of Boffi as a worldwide brand under Piero Lissoni’s refined direction.

The path has always been marked by success, such as the Compasso d’Oro alla Carriera and Red Dot awards (EDIDA, International Chicago Aetheneum), the extension of production to other furniture sectors and the opening of flagship stores both in Italy and abroad. Boffi has become an international beacon of style with the opening of the first mono-brand stores in Paris (1995), Milan (1998) and New York (2000). In 2003 the famous Boffi Solferino store in Milan became the company’s point of reference where the whole Boffi universe is presented along with the brand’s vocation for total living. It holds collections of kitchens, bathrooms and, since 2010, wardrobes.

An unstoppable and multifaceted production that has crossed seasons and continents always seeking higher grounds with the goal of satisfying all the needs of contemporaneity. The outdoor kitchen designed in 2014 by Piero Lissoni confirms this quest.

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