Milagro unveils mobile kitchen islands and grill designed for the LA Sprouts program
Milagro Allegro will begin using a pair of mobile kitchen islands and grill for the cooking and nutrition portions of our LA sprouts after school program, which were designed specifically with outdoor applications in mind by Gideon Kleinman, a talented up-and-coming designer from Art Center’s College of Design in Pasadena. Funding for the program was provided by a Community Benefit grant from Kaiser Permanente. The islands will serve as kitchen workstations for LA Sprouts and the grill as a cook space where we can prepare warm snacks with the 4th and 5th graders from LAUSD’s Loreto Elementary School enrolled in the program. The islands will dually provide storage space for our kitchen items, which have been acquired by Milagro Allegro through generous donations by Slow Food LA, Whole Foods Arroyo Parkway, Anolon Cookware and an anonymous donor.
About the designer: German born and American educated, Kleinman’s designs tend to uniquely pull from both cultural influences. Kleinman is pursuing a Masters in industrial design at Art Center, and plans to take on projects whose solutions can be found in the interface between language, thought, practicality and efficiency. For inquiries please contact the designer: email@example.com or 818-451-3472.