An modern take on an Italian tradition
Last week it was Alfred, this week it’s Alfredo. Danilo Leonardi and Valentina Antinori of Milanese study-design workshop Tagmi Design conceived Alfredo as a dining table with a healthy dose of cultural nostalgia that is fused with contemporary design.
Alfredo integrates all of the components of tables traditionally used by Italian families to prepare and eat the most fundamental pieces of Italian cuisine: bread and pasta.
Pastry board, cutting board, rolling pin, all of the essentials are present and accounted for, but Alfredo has also updated tradition to the 21st century with an integrated lamp and a tablet holder that replaces the cookbook stand.
Alfredo will be presented next week at Ventura Lambrate 2014 during Milan Design Week.