Although I am all about preserving old systems - choosing a horseback ride and magazines to shiny fold-up bikes and video games - let's face it: modernizing the kitchen is always a welcome exception. In Italy, the pizzaolos in curbside bistros still use brick ovens and twirl their dough high in the air, but Italian designers of modern kitchens, like InoxpiÃº, use 2.5 square meters for a sleek, customized kitchen unit that contains everything you could dream of.
Unica cooking monoblock. Designed by InoxpiÃº.
In nine unique designs of the Unica cooking monoblock by InoxpiÃº - that comes with your name, or that of your restaurant, on a silver plaque - you can create your dream culinary workstation that can positioned anywhere you wish. Along the outside of the unit, you can choose between blue marine, ebony, ivory, or bright red, while the top comes in a sandblasted steel, granite, lava stone, or scotch brite steel. The unit, measuring in at 2150 cm x 1100 cm, is conveniently powered by electricity and only needs a power cord to operate.
With InoxpiÃº's 10 year warranty, it's easy to get inventive (when you may not know what you're doing). Coming in handy to create new masterpieces are the technical aspects of the Unica kitchen that are perfect for dining experiments, including an inductive cooktop, fry-top, wok, deep-fryer, pasta cooker and cooking pan. Made from steel and coated in a special treatment that avoids scratches, the inductive cooktop won't burn to the touch and is easy to clean spilled food. Also, the control knob and digital displays are user-friendly and allow for absolute accuracy that is crucial to support oil processing and pasta cooker managing.
One of the best qualities of all are the wheels that rest soundly under the unit and allow for movement, when not stationary and locked in place with a steel protection. This characteristic of the Unica kitchen makes it easy to shift in your home, and can be transferred with ease to the stages of sell-out cooking shows if you find yourself opening before chefs like Giada DeLaurentiis who enjoy the delightful flavors of traditional Italian food without the hassle.