1. Luxury, calm and functionality
In Los Angeles, Casa Shapiro is a jewel of modernism by Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta. The Alexander studio has kept the original details of his work, while adapting it to modern life and the owners’ passions for art, design and cooking. The typical outdoor courtyard includes a kitchen for large family meals, a space like all the rooms in the house. Light tones and natural materials brighter than the original ones, making up a space for cooking around the barbecueand a four outdoor. An alliance between the power of architecture and the organic style focused on well-being.
2. A high-tech outdoor kitchen
Designed by designers Carlo Presotto and Andrea Bassanello, the new design and personalized outdoor kitchen Sandstone Competence from Modulnova offers elegant and functional solutions. With a unique know-how, combining high technology and a perfect finish, the collection offers the possibility of personalizing your tailor-made project down to the smallest detail, thanks to the wide choice of materials and finishes, such as marblethe Rockthe sandstoneIsteel and metal, especially suitable for outdoors. The technical equipment is interchangeable and removable: hobs exclusive, electric and autonomous, for all types of cooking, from induction to teppanyaki, including barbecue.