Three Elica Range Hoods Win the Good Design Awards 2018

Lullaby, Haiku and NikolaTesla Switch: the three winning extractor fan systems are different but share Elica’s technology and aesthetics

The 3 new range hood models presented by Elica at Eurocucina 2018 have won the historic and prestigious Good Design Awards given by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design in collaboration with the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies. Elica was chosen among 500 ‘visionary’ companies that anticipate the future of everyday living.

Lullaby, ceiling hood by Elica

The Elica universe has been joined by an innovative ceiling hood, Lullaby, that resembles an architectural project rather than an essential object in any kitchen. Designed to offer additional lighting, it is equipped with ancillary shelves in fine materials that make Lullaby a furnishing accessory.

Lullaby, ceiling hood by Elica

There is a designer hood also for walls: Haiku, designed by Fabrizio Crisà, it combines in an excellent way essential lines, elimination of odors and silent operation. Harmony and simplicity characterize this line that, with the Good Design Awards, becomes part of the history of international design.

NikolaTesla Switch, induction hob with integrated extractor by Fabrizio Crisà for Elica

Fabrizio Crisà has designed also NikolaTesla Switch, the innovative cooktop with integrated extractor, equipped with Intelligent System to adjust extraction, easy to clean (the grease filter is dishwasher safe), quiet and powerful. The products awarded for their cutting-edge solutions and refined aesthetics show that innovation and design are always the core of Elica’s corporate philosophy. [Text Giulia Bruno]

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