Legno Vivo

design | Roberto Pezzetta

A kitchen in classic contemporary style created by the Italian designer Roberto Pezzetta and presented in 2012 as a concept kitchen at Abitare il Tempo 100% Project.

Legno Vivo is characterised by the exclusive use of natural Oak whose strength is manifested in the simple, yet innovative contents of the project, giving substance and durability, without giving up the contemporariness of the brand. Oak wood exclusively from controlled reforestation, dried and cut in the company using a totally integrated process.

A fundamental characteristic of the project is the use of doors with very thick frames (36 mm), with a hidden handle obtained with a SoftTouch finish, a GeD cucine patent. Legno Vivo also includes the corner unit, also in natural Oak with tempered, clear glass and internal LED lighting, and a countertop with a retracting table for everyday use, for 2 to 6 people.

It is a product whose innovation is based on simplicity, with clear focus on form-function-materials-duration. Legno Vivo wants to represent a sort of critical analysis and the desire to re-interpret the kitchen, considering the fundamental use and symbolic aspects such as duration and therefore sensitivity, with the possibility of reducing the impact on the environment thanks to use of renewable materials and the possibility of re-use from generation to generation, made possible by the simplicity of the aesthetic appearance and the self-standing characteristics of furniture suitable for different environments.


Solid wood

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