Y collection arises from the desire to break classic constituent patterns going beyond the strict base alignments. The deconstruction process generates constituent situations that are very different from each other so as to meet the demands of a wider range of customers. The introduction of “asymmetrical gaps” of the open shelving and the “closed” wall units have allowed an alternation of rhythms in continuous evolution. The door, in its pure cut, matches the top with elegance and the absence of the knob bestows the kitchen with eternal youth. The kitchen material, in its diverse finishes, is the bearing element of the project: from the smooth essence to the worn engraved one, to the matt or glossy varnish, it always has a leading role and is able to give different atmospheres for what I define as “refined tailoring of taste”.