Italian design finds joys in the hood

Extractor fans don’t normally set the pulse racing. Functional rather than fabulous, they’re often little more than necessary eyesores in otherwise immaculately conceived kitchens.

10th February, 2007

Extractor fans don’t normally set the pulse racing. Functional rather than fabulous, they’re often little more than necessary eyesores in otherwise immaculately conceived kitchens.

But the Italian specialist Elica is attempting to change all that. Viewing the cooker hood as a design product and a decorative element in the kitchen, the company has produced some of the most eye-catching and advanced cooker hoods on the market since it unveiled its first...

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