Since the ’50s Boffi linked itself to avant-garde design, proposing the first colored kitchens available on the market. In the following decade, under the artistic direction of Luigi Massoni, Boffi kitchens stood out as a symbol of modernity and attracted the international attention. The Minikitchen model by Joe Colombo dates back to those years, an original monoblock kitchen on wheels, and the Xila modular kitchen, the first without handles.
The collaboration with Antonio Citterio dates back to the ’80s and signed the Factory kitchen with a high-tech aesthetic. In the 90s the company passed into the hands of Roberto Gavazzi, who named Piero Lissoni as new artistic director. A renewed focus on the ecological sustainability of the production processes led to a period of great creativity, in which models such as April and Open by Piero Lissoni or the Salinas kitchen by Patricia Urquiola saw the light.
The models of Norbert Wangen are included in the range of Boffi kitchens, including the K2 kitchen which, thanks to a series of ingenious technical solutions, is able to adapt even to very small spaces and is also available in the outdoor version. Being luxury kitchens, Boffi compositions are always accompanied by modern appliances of the best brands to ensure high-level functionality and durability over time. The kitchen area is completed by special collections of Boffi tables and chairs.