Rossana’s history is unique among high-end kitchen manufacturers; sixty years in the relentless pursuit of a dream. Not all brands are so close to design quality in the collective consciousness. Its strength is not exclusively limited to responding to market demands, but has
undertaken independent research paths, always keeping up with the times. Unlike the general trend, Rossana kitchens are created to last: designed and built with meticulous attention to each and every detail, a type of haute couture that becomes prêt-à-porter.
In 1972 model Isola designed by Giancarlo Iliprandi is displayed at the M.O.M.a. in NYC during the “Italy: a new domestic landscape”
exhibition. The first stainless steel mono-block island, it has been considered a “design classics” since its introduction.
Rodolfo Dordoni joins Rossana and designs his first kitchen “Verona”: the model starts a new era evolving the kitchen furniture concept
going beyond the “the kitchen technical function” bringing the kitchen closer to living room furniture.
Massimo Castagna starts its collaboration with rossana as art director and designer. He designs “Oslo”, “Basic” and
“Vienna”, three of the most successful kitchen models in Rossana’s history.
In 2006 Massimo Castagna designs “Ginevra” and innovative program featuring an amazing use of glass thanks to the cooperation with Christophe Pillet who
creates the “Ginevra Glass System”. In 2009 Rossana joins the Colombini Group, becoming the crown jewel of its designer kitchen division.
Massimo Castagna continues his work with Rossana: “TK38”, Rossana classy “professional kitchen” and “W75” are introduced to complete the range. At Eurocucina 2016 rossana presents K-IN K-OUT, a
kitchen system designed for indoor and outdoor use, where the design challenges the physics making possible incredible sliding worktops overhang with a unique design.