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Minikitchen Outdoor Kitchen
Joe Colombo's Minikitchen kitchen is one of the most iconic projects in the Boffi catalog. Conceived in 1963, it is proposed as a very compact portable kitchen, capable of enclosing all the material needed for cooking in a single cube.The Minikitchen Outdoor version takes Joe Colombo's original intuition of a "nomadic cuisine" to its extremes, allowing it to be used even in covered outdoor environments. Suitable for cooking on the veranda or in the garden, or perfect for use on a yacht, this variant is made of marine plywood panel covered in white or black Lasermat and can include a protective cover made of nautical technical fabric. to protect it from atmospheric agents when not in use.
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The Boffi kitchens evoke, more than any other brand, the concept of "design kitchen". A unique brand, which throughout its history has given a decisive impulse in the evolution of the kitchen environment up to the modern modular kitchens. Among the big names of Made in Italy kitchens, Boffi's is undoubtedly the one most closely linked to luxury kitchens, proving itself capable of creating real marvels of technique and aesthetics and thus creating unique environments enhanced by the use of exclusive materials. However the Boffi world does not end in the kitchen: the collections of bathrooms and wardrobes are equally famous, while for the living area its collections integrate harmoniously with those of De Padova, a brand belonging to the same group.Read more
Joe Colombo (1930-1971) went down in history as the "designer of the future". His creations are permeated by an optimistic vision of progress and aim at creating a radically new way of understanding the home environment. The result was a pioneering interest in innovative materials such as plastic, at the time used in the field of furniture only for experimental projects, and a very modern attention to the theme of modularity, often taken to the extreme as in the Visiona 1 installation designed for Bayer. in which every room of the house is rethought in science fiction as a "functional station". Born in Milan, he dedicated his youth to art and painting, joining the Nuclear Art movement. He only became interested in design when he was thirty and had only one decade to devote to the discipline, before his sudden and premature death from cardiac arrest. But that decade was the 1960s, a period of swirling changes, and his creations set the tone for an era: armchairs like the Elda (now re-proposed by Longhi) or the Tube Chair (designed for Flexform and re-edited by Cappellini) in the collections of all the most important design museums around the world, as well as the Minikitchen designed for Boffi, the vast collection of lamps produced by Oluce, and the fruits of its collaborations with brands such as Kartell and Zanotta. Among the products that today re-edit his creations there are also B-Line, Amini, Karakter and many others.Read more