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Massimo Iosa Ghini Design

A contemporary kitchen design with an intriguing blend of classical and industrial elements. A style that takes classic historical furnishings and transforms them into useful objects with a sophisticated, modern look.

The kitchen’s architecture is a game of solids and voids: the self-supporting steel structure serves as a practical and aesthetic identifier for the product, showing up at specified locations and distinguished from the wall units, base units, cabinets, and island.

This project has a traditional core with a modern twist, thanks to a framed door with a groove opening with a timeless appeal and a clean, sharp design.

Opening System & Hood

Elementi has a unique door-opening system that offers A functional and artistic touch is added to the project by including metal pieces, which come in various finishes, including lacquered, bronzed, stainless steel, and pewter. These elements are strategically placed between the wall units, base units, cupboards, and island.

One crucial component of the design is the range hood. It is an essential component of the project since it aids in defining the “industrial” yet polished atmosphere of the setting.


The framed doors, devoid of knobs, ensure the ideal fusion of flair and individuality. The door is offered in two sophisticated elm wood finishes, the full spectrum of matte lacquers, and the mica lacquered collection.

Detail of a cabinet with a groove opening: the recessed handle’s clean, angular form nicely balances the framed door’s elegance.


Matt Lacquer Super-Matt


Worktop – Quartz

Worktop – Solid Surface