Third on the roll call is Geometrica, another wall-mounted design, but is much larger and looks less “light” than the Trasparente kitchen. Introduced at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milano in April 2006, La Cucina Alessi is a collection of four “poetic kitchens,” that are perfectly designed to showcase the food that is made in them. Geometrica appears as one floating in the air geometric graphic design that is landing on two stainless steel columns. Its glass doors and drawer panels are laminated with films available in three different color combinations: light and dark green, light, and dark beige, or grey, and black.
The cabinets and hood are made by Valcucine, the sink and cooktop by Foster, and the faucet by Oras. The countertop is made of pepper- or vanilla-colored composite material, the three-part sink is made of Ekotek resin or stainless steel or porcelain. The stainless steel hood features a sinusoid-like glass panel that fits beautifully between the straight line graphics. The black glass pyroceram cooktop comes with touch-control commands. This modern kitchen design also includes an elegant stainless steel console with a rotating drawer.