A great achievement for Falmec at the BIG SEE Product Design Awards 2023

Monolith hood system by Falmec wins the BIG SEE Product Design Award 2023

Falmec Monolith hood system BIG SEE Product Awards

Creative freedom and a technological concept have earned Monolith, a suction system from the Elements collection by Falmec, the BIG SEE Product Design Award 2023.

The award, which aims to enhance the creative force in South East Europe with 2,000 award-winning projects from over 21 different countries, highlights the culture of innovation and cooperation.

Each year, the BIG SEE Awards recognize the creative and entrepreneurial prestige of international companies in the fields of design, architecture, fashion and tourism, according to the principles of ergonomics, aesthetics, sustainable ethics and business potential. Following these criteria, the jury – made up of journalists, architects, designers and fashion designers, as well as other leading figures from the creative scene – voted for Falmec’s innovative “monolith” to win.

Monolith: key features

Monolith transforms the concept of extraction in the kitchen into a multifunctional solution, configured as an equipped duct, consisting of a 90 cm hood module that can be combined with additional 30, 60 and 90 cm storage modules. The latter fit natural beech wood accessories such as kitchen utensils, chopping boards and spice racks, electrical and USB sockets.

Falmec Monolith hood system BIG SEE Product Awards

The hood unit and the storage modules are made of aluminum with an elegant matte black finish with a frosted glass front on both the front and back. Moreover, the entire system is equipped with ambient light, creating a pleasant glowing line along the base.
Suitable for both induction and gas hobs, Monolith provides easy installation and relies on a powerful and silent 800 m3/h brushless motor (energy class A ++) controlled via an ergonomic touch control panel.

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