With a sleek columnal body made of aluminium, the Beolab 28 by Bang & Olufsen looks more like a sculpture or statement piece at first. That’s until you hear the powerful sound it produces, that is.
Its Beam Width Control function lets you choose between Wide mode, which diffuses sound around the room, and Narrow mode, perfect for when you’re enjoying the music alone.
Pick from Natural Silver, Black Anthracite or Bronze Tone – you can customise it further by choosing from a range of fabric or wooden covers.
Do away with the conventional kitchen hood with the help of the ultra-sleek Flex induction cooktop with integrated ventilation system 400 series from Gaggenau.
The 80cm-wide cooking surface doesn’t just offer plenty of space for your pots and pans, concealed within is an integrated ventilation system that automatically recirculates or extracts fumes through the dark air intake vents discreetly hidden in the black glass top.
When it comes to flexibility, expandable cooking zones allow the use of pots up to 30cm wide, while the Home Connect feature provides the freedom of controlling the appliance over the internet.
The Flex induction cooktop with ventilation system 400 series retails for $8,300. Contact 1800-7825- 489 to find out more.
A new perspective
Italian brand Cassina has brought its latest collection to W.Atelier with a new showcase. The Cassina Perspective showcase at W.atelier’s Henderson Road showroom houses the brand’s eclectic and complete range of living, dining, and outdoor settings, including pieces introduced for the first time in Singapore Dress-Up!, the first completely upholstered sofa by Italian designer Rodolfo Dordoni.
Visit www.watelier.com for more information.
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Moooi has launched a new leather finishes collection for its sofas and chairs, comprising 26 options from four collections called Shade, Savanne, Spectrum, and Ultra – all made from upcycled raw hides produced by Danish leather brand Sorensen.
It also offers an online AR tool plus complimentary leather sample swatches that can be ordered worldwide via the website.
Swiss luxury appliances brand V-Zug’s Supreme Cooler v6000 refrigerator has been awarded a four-tick rating for energy efficiency by the National Environment Agency.
It is the first in its capacity class to achieve such a rating here. Launched last year as part of the Supreme series of refrigeration appliances, and featuring a generous capacity of 608 litres packed into an elegant design, the elegant V6000 (CO6T- 51098) is big on space and low on energy consumption.
V-ZUG’s Supreme Cooler v6000 retails for $22,800 at V-Zug.
This article was originally published in Home & Decor.