Dama is part of the company's entirely screen-printed glass kitchen system. The chequered screen-printed doors, which would later be reintroduced in the Campiglia model, are enclosed in a wooden frame which gives the kitchen set a unitary and refined look, with a soft see-through effect that offers a glimpse of the objects contained inside. The solid Douglas-fir frames have dust-resistant and bumper trimmings that incorporate the screen-printed tempered glass panels. The pocket handles are carved in the wood and the continuing work surfaces are in black laminate or granite. In the Domus of 1978 it was described as follows: "Dama. Real wood with a pleasant tiny grain. Chequered glass panels. Something that did not exist up to now but has the feel of a kitchen already felt and fantasized by many and of an exclusive, almost standoffish taste. To mirror oneself and glimpse through."
Solid Douglas-fir wood, wood fibre, melamine, PVC, screen printed glass. White (coating) (work surface in black granite or steel)
Domus 1978, 579
Beppe Finessi, Vico Magistretti, Mantova, Corraini 2003, pp./nn. 46, 47