The latest outdoor kitchen model takes its cue from a workbench, can be built round a corner and assembled at random thanks to its modular structure. High-grade ingredients such as Corian, powder-coated aluminum and prime fittings by Gaggenau promise you extraordinary enjoyment cooking.
The snazzy feature in this Monobloc outdoor kitchen with the Corian cladding that Norbert Wangen designed for Boffi in 2013 is on the top: You can slide the cover-cum-top to the left or right meaning it can be used as a kitchen top or a bar, depending on what you want.
“Artusi” consists of stainless steel and comes with 4-cm-thick doors that are insulated on the inside and have magnetic seals. This is meant to keep out the insects while the carcass of weather-resistant Okoumé plywood keeps out the weather.
The popular stainless steel kitchen by Italian makers Alpes Inox is also available for the outside world. In lengths of 100-250 centimeters, with a range of optional appliances such as an electric grill, a gas hob, or a deep-fry unit – all of them on castors of course!