Boffi presents Sloane, a kitchen that allows the use of different materials, chosen in matching each other or in contrast

Designed by Piero Lissoni for Boffi the Sloane kitchen is characterized by a handle recessed in the thickness of the door and designed to enhance the use of materials, especially natural ones, such as wood worked with exclusive treatments and stainless steel in new finishes. The Sloane compartment, with an elongated rectangular shape, can be covered with materials other than the finish of the facade, chosen in combination with the top finish or the edge of the door. A solid wood door, for example, can have the handle finished in the same wood, or, in contrast, in stainless steel also in the special O_Steel finish. Conversely, the stainless steel door in the various finishes can be combined with a solid wood handle or a metal handle in different finishes.

Sloane by Piero Lissoni for Boffi

At a glance

What is it?
Sloane is a kitchen with a handle built into the door thickness.
What its design concept?
It has been designed to emphasize the quality of used materials, such as wood worked with exclusive treatments or stainless steel in various finishes.
How and where is it manufactured?
Inside Boffi production area located in Brianza district, following artisanal techniques that go hand in hand with cutting-edge manufacturing.
What makes it special?
Among the many, the fact that the Sloane handle compartment, rectangular in shape, can be covered with materials different from the finish of the facade.
In the designer’s own words...
It is a project a little more international, a little more London style, a little more Formula 1, yes, maybe yes, it could be interpreted as a racing car: new materials, new sections and almost a new aerodynamics.