In ancient greek, Onfalós (ομφαλóς) is a word full of meaning and suggestions.
Indicates the navel, the center of the person and the primary source of nourishment for the baby in the womb.
But it is also the name of the sacred altar of Delphi, the navel of the world, the throne of Hestia goddess of hearth and home.
Hence the second meaning of hearth and home, real and symbolic center of family life.
One word captures the idea of nourishment, of fire, of the house.
Today Onfalós is the new hearth, contemporary performance and ease of use, created to centralize different pleasures: a taste for good food and the pleasure of cooking for oneself and for others, the warmth of friendliness, love for the beauty.