Skyline Lab

Skyline Lab

A Lucci & Orlandini Design

Designed to improve autonomy and safety in the kitchen for people with disabilities, Skyline Lab accomplishes that and much more. By responding with simplicity to the most common needs of disabled customers, Italian designers Lucci and Orlandini have created a universal modern kitchen design that makes life easier for any type of user.
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skyline lab gallery Snaidero Kitchen UAE

New Sensibilities In The Kitchen

Choosing simplicity comes easy to Lucci and Orlandini, who when creating this design, chose to avoid the use of complex electromechanical mechanisms in order to eliminate the risks posed by blackouts and failures while keeping the end cost low. In Skyline Lab the concept of design is broadened to become Universal Design, in other words a type of design that eliminates any complexity in the product’s use, making it suitable for any user, even the least specialised and the least able.
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Lucci & Orlandini

The collaboration between Lucci & Orlandini with Snaidero has led to some of the company’s most successful kitchens like ‘Sistema ES’ (2001), winner of the ‘Grand Prix de l’Innovation Design’ awarded by ‘Foire de Paris’, ‘Time’ (2002), winner of the ‘Good Design Award 2003’ awarded by the Chicago Athenaeum, ‘Skyline’ (2004), ‘Panoramica’ (2004), ‘Florance’ (2006) and ‘Forma’ (2008). These are also among the projects that best represent Snaidero’s modern kitchen design philosophy.
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