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Design Seen: Officine Gullo

  • Samantha Brooks

Fans of the company’s antique-inspired indoor range now have an outdoor version to covet. Officine Gullo has replaced the indoor stove’s stainless steel frame and panels with marine-grade steel. Optional enhancements for the design (about $85,000 as shown) include lava stone grills, deep fryers, a refrigeration unit, and a butcher-block workstation. Each handcrafted stove is made to order. 800.781.7125, www.officinegullousa.com

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