massimo iosa ghini designs metallic kitchen frame for snaidero
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milanese architect massimo iosa ghini has created ‘frame’, a kitchen design for snaidero that combines both full and empty components. the self-supporting steel structure both functionally and aesthetically characterizes the product to define the wall pieces, base units, cupboards and the island bench. the geometric metallic frame and doors have been developed to be as light as possible, while also minimizing the use of raw materials. a sense of lightness and industrial construction is achieved with the sustainable components, reflecting an emphasis on both costs and the environment.


massimo iosa ghini designs metallic kitchen frame structure for snaidero
the ‘frame’ kitchen design is a self-supporting steel structure


the industrial construction achieves a sense of lightness



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