Tivalì, the built-in kitchen for all spaces designed by Dante Bonuccelli in 2004, precursor of the “Everything in a Small Space” concept, is interpreted in a new project by Yabu Pushelberg, world famous Canadian designers, where technology and design come together to give rise to a perfect proposal. The concept behind the design was to have a kitchen, within a linear space of between 2.40 and 3 meters, where the scenographic element prevails and the kitchen reaches its highest expression, rather like the performance of an actor on stage. As on all theatrical stages, the curtain conceals the scene, revealed only in the presence of the actors, and thus Tivalì 2.0 by Yabu Pushelberg appears as a large closed kitchen range which at first does not reveal its precious contents. Two big concertina folding doors conceal the scene and, once open, thanks to sophisticated mechanisms, fit back, side by side, into the shape of the container, revealing it. The double cellular alluminium panel doors can be configured in the various finishes of the range, thereby enabling Tivalì 2.0 by Yabu Pushelberg to be seen in various interpretations.
Vincent Van Duysen
Dimensions: Available in a variety of sizes and configurations
Materials: Titan aluminium, pewter, marble, glass, wood, steel