Elica SHINING by Fabrizio Crisà

Elica's SHINING smart cooker hood is not only functional but easy on the eye.

September 2017

A new island cooker-hood in Elica’s New Evolution line, SHINING is an evolution of the previously presented, award-winning Edith hood. Designed by Fabrizio Crisà the striking silhouette recalls a feature lamp and is available in four finishes: copper, peltrox (a treated metal that looks weathered), cast iron, and rust. Says Crisà:
“All of the finishes are embellished with black or polished steel inserts, and it contains a large ceiling light equipped with an LED disc, making lighting one of the distinctive characteristics of this product. It also operates via remote control and has the possibility of connecting with SNAP (an innovative Elica aspiration system that monitors and improves air quality), among a long list of features.”
SHINING is also able to calibrate the ideal level of aspiration, thanks to its sensors that detect the quality and quantity of vapour present in the kitchen. It can be installed as an island through the use of suspended cables, or it can be wall mounted with an elegant support made of die-cast metal.

DAMN°64 Food presents products that are creating waves in the kitchen. Says Productivity editor Patrizia Coggiola about the Medium Dry trend:

"The interior design of the kitchen has gained a warm look. Gone is the minimalistic trend of bare stone slabs and metres-long brushed-steel surfaces. Now there’s a gentle hybrid blending, where natural wood contrasts with industrial black powdercoated metal profiles and lavish surfaces with textures that complement smooth white marble, or where traditional oiled-oak meets grey travertine stone, creating a tactile and immersive experience."
Fabrizio Crisà