The kitchen is entirely wall-mounted on vertical supports that offer the option of varying the position of the containers and shelves over time. The handle-less doors have a groove along the sides that can be used to open them. This configures a very flexible system that offers great freedom of composition and is open to future variations. The support structure is fitted with a rack on which the shelf support is fixed, and with hooks on which to hang the wall units (easily removed by lifting upwards). The base too is wall-mounted and rests on the floor only with two small front feet on which the wainscoting is mounted. The shelves have a variable modular length (15 cm). The wall unit box and base are in birch, with inner shelving in white melamine; the doors are in red or blue aluminium; the shelves are in birch and the wainscot in anodized aluminium.
Wood, melamine, aluminium. Birch
C. Mantica, Dialogo come metodo, in Gap Casa, febbraio 1985
Domus 1980, 606