Refrigerator of Art Dolce&Gabbana and Smeg LC05YWU

Collector's Item

Michelangelo Lacagnina

Michelangelo Lacagnina was born in Caltanissetta in 1967. His first encounter with art happened at a very young age: at just 5 years old, he decided to draw the 40 cards of the Sicilian deck. Since then he has been painting, sculpting, engraving, inlaying and generally expanding his knowledge of the oil, tempera, charcoal and mosaic techniques in an expressive style that has been distinctively his own from the outset. After becoming certified as an art instructor, he took a teaching degree in Art and Set Design and later specialised in interior design in Palermo. He paints on glass, wood, ceramic and other materials. His creations are imbued with a deep sense of attachment to Sicily, whose landscape and unique light he interprets in an absolutely original way. His latest collection is titled “Mediterranean Suggestions”.


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The Moors

Enamel and oil, 60 x 151 x 68.2 cm
The Moorish heads of Caltagirone, ceramic sculptures that depict the faces of Saracens, are the source of inspiration for this refrigerator. The Saracens dominated Sicily in the 9th and 10th centuries, profoundly influencing the culture and history of the island. The main protagonists are two Moorish warriers, painted on the front panel engaged in a duel with daggers, while the lower part of the side panels feature ceramic vases framed by Sicilian vegetation. In the upper part are the helmets worn by warriors. The top is adorned by a reinterpretation of a Saracen shield.

  • Static

  • Storage volume fresh food compartment: 247 l

  • Interior light

  • 3 adjustable glass shelves

  • Glass shelf to cover fruit and vegetable container

  • Bottle shelf

  • 1 fruit and vegetables drawer

  • Adjustable balcony storage with metal supports

  • 4 adjustable balconies

  • 2 balcony shelves with transparent covers

  • 1 bottle balcony with metal wire

  • Storage frozen food compartment: 21 l

  • Static

  • Accessories internal compartment: Ice tray

  • Annual energy consumption: 280 kWh

  • Voltage: 120 V

  • Current: 2 A

  • Frequency: 60 Hz