BERTAZZONI: an historical stove at the Triennale Design Museum



Bertazzoni is one of the protagonist of “Cucine e Ultracorpi”, the special exposition organized at  the Triennale Design Museum of Milan (open until February 21st 2016) that shows the transformation of the kitchen instruments into appliances and robots by taking inspirations from the science fiction book The Body Snatchers, with the purpose to talk about the evolution of the traditional kitchen instruments in Italy.
For the event  Bertazzoni displays one historical wood stove of the Forties: a 77 cm width electrical appliance, with two main flaps to burn the wood and three secondary flaps to keep food heat. On the cast iron plate there are some extractable circles of different sizes that allow the pot to perfectly wedge on the even to guarantee a better contact with the flame.