Fortunia challenges the normal rules that limit kitchen design in any type of home, whether ancient or contemporary. Its spirit is born from a peculiar natural stone from Mali, with acid green, almost fluorescent, intrusions on a chromatic base ranging from white to light gray. The "Iceberg" island's morphology is the transformation of the space in which it is inserted, and the deconstruction of the monolith represents a new expressive form for a future way of living. The wall-mounted suspended unit is a design element that illustrates the connection between the kitchen and living spaces. It represents an increasingly symbiotic connotation that characterizes contemporary living. Fortunia represents a critical and "harsh" creation that aims to draw attention to itself and the upcoming avant-garde.