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Combine Evolution monobloc kitchen by Piero Lissoni for Boffi

Combine Evolution kitchen by Piero Lissoni for Boffi

Dezeen Showroom: Italian architect Piero Lissoni has created the Combine Evolution kitchen for Boffi, uniting two islands and a dining table in one integrated design.

In the Combine Evolution kitchen, a unit containing washing and cooking functions and a unit for food preparation are connected by a big snack table made of solid wood staves.

The monolithic kitchen islands are offset by the lightness of the open-faced metal shelving that hangs overhead.

Boffi Combine Evolution kitchen with connected dining table
The Combine Evolution kitchen unites two islands with a table

Integrated features include storage compartments with sliding lids, which sit behind the washing and preparation areas.

There is also a hidden downdraft hood, which pops up from the counter behind the cooking zone and features an integrated metal bar for hanging utensils.

Lissoni is the creative director of Boffi and Evolution is the latest version of his Combine monobloc kitchen.

Integrated Inside System storage compartments on a kitchen island
The kitchen has integrated storage compartments with sliding lids

The kitchen's surfaces and doors are made of a new composite material called Material Design Innovation (MDI) that was developed by Boffi in partnership with Inalco.

It is highly resistant, non-toxic and made of 50 per cent recycled materials.

Product: Combine Evolution
Designer: Piero Lissoni
Brand: Boffi
Contact: [email protected]

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Hidden downdraft suction behind the cooking area of a kitchen island
Dark grey doors on Combine Evolution kitchen by Boffi