SMEG GONE ROYAL

Smeg’s flagship London store is owned by the crown estate, ultimately headed up by the Queen and in honour of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, our store windows have been given a royal makeover featuring a selection of our Union Jack appliances.

The front of the store, in the regent street window, features the star of the show.
Regally sitting upon a luxurious red and gold throne is Smeg’s FAB10 minibar in patriotic iconic union jack design. This cool little appliance is perfect for storing celebratory drinks and snacks for the big day and make a great addition to bedrooms or even man caves!

No royal would be complete without their crown, which sits proudly on its own cushion, whilst the official logo for the Queen’s jubilee and the words ‘Long to reign over us, god save the queen’ complete the display.

Smeg releases classic

Smeg releases a special edition of Renzo Piano’s classic hob

Smeg is releasing a limited edition of 1,000 pieces of the Piano Hob
Smeg has unveiled a special edition of the classic Piano Hob, launching 1,000 pieces of the design classic originally conceived with Italian architect Renzo Piano in 1995.

The new collection encompasses the slick fundamentals and industrial aesthetic of the original. The four or five burner kitchen hob is crafted entirely from polished stainless steel and comes coated with a plasma technology to prevent tarnishing, with faithful Italian design details including an absence of welding on the burner pan.

The Smeg Piano hob

New professional oven SMEG Galileo PO45LSE

The new professional oven SMEG Galileo PO45LSE, a product specially developed for professionals in the catering sector who aspire to perfection in the kitchen. Designed to achieve excellence in cooking and innovating culinary tradition through the simplicity of technology, this oven has:
.6 high-performance cooking modes that allow steaming, grilling, low temperature, among others, to cook each dish perfectly.
.Multipoint heart probe, with four temperature points that allow to obtain the perfect cooking level for each food starting from the center.
.Three glass panels to ensure thermal insulation.
.State-of-the-art 7″ touch screen, fast and intuitive to make the oven easier to control.
Easy-to-access USB port for easy updating and uploading new recipes.

Smeg buy FRIMED specialist refrigeration manufacturer

SMEG announce the acquisition of specialist Italian refrigeration manufacturer FRIMED, operating in the hospital, industrial, biomedical and pharmaceutical sectors.

FRIMED will join Smeg’s growing instrumental business, consolidating the
company’s presence in the medical sector, leading to the sharing of the know-how and creation of solutions with high technological value.

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Miele USA shared its Generation 7000 appliance series. Designed with an assortment of built-ins ranging from convection ovens to coffee machines and vacuum-sealing drawers, the collection offers four different models with smart technology features; they include TasteControl, which prevents food from overcooking by automatically opening the oven door when it detects burning, and a MotionReact function that activates the oven light when someone approaches.

Monogram unveiled its first designer collaboration series with Richard T. Anuszkiewicz. Inspired by fine jewelry, the appliance collection features two lavish leather-accented designs equipped with customizable ventilation hoods, and refrigerator panels and handles, including an elegant, polished-brass-finished beauty and a contemporary, charcoal-hued titanium model.

Smeg showcased a streamlined stovetop collection called the Professional Style range. Created with both culinary enthusiasts and novices in mind, the series boasts five powerful range designs complete with 18,000-BTU brass burners, cast-iron grates and a newly integrated resistance feature that allows users to slide their cookware around without worrying about spills or scratches.

Falmec debuted a stunning line of innovative range hoods named Circle Tech. Crafted with cutting edge filtration technology that helps recirculate and clean the air, a series standout is the petite Dama design, which is available in an array of finishes and looks more like a sleek pendant light than a hardworking kitchen appliance.Italian appliance manufacturer Fulgor Milano showcased a striking 48-inch induction range series named Sofia Pro. Equipped with commercial-grade control knobs that deliver the precise amount of heat, the eco-friendly design relies on state-of-the-art induction technology to provide users with a sustainable alternative to gas-dependent models.

Italian appliance manufacturer Fulgor  showcased a striking 48-inch induction range series named Sofia Pro. Equipped with commercial-grade control knobs that deliver the precise amount of heat, the eco-friendly design relies on state-of-the-art induction technology to provide users with a sustainable alternative to gas-dependent models.

Smeg Galileo

A revolution in enhanced cooking results, the Galileo platform at its most basic level features new and improved airflow systems for solid baking and browning results.

At the more advanced end of the range, you’ll discover models such as SpeedwaveXL, SteamOne/ Steam100Pro, and OmniChef features on the site, all of which use state of the art multicooking technology to combine oven with microwave, oven with steam, or oven with steam and microwave.

These all deliver huge benefits not only in excellent cooking results, but far reduced cooking times. More information on this amazing oven https://galileo.smeguk.com

Smeg  brand La Pavoni,

Host, held from 22 to 26 October 2021 in Milan, Smeg took part with the historical brand La Pavoni, acquired by the company in 2019. During the Fair, to welcome customers and visitors, a stand was dedicated to design and tradition, in which history and innovation came together in the models presented to the market.

The protagonist has been the new Diamantina, reinterpreted by Raffaella Mangiarotti and Matteo Bazzicalupo of @deepdesign. Bringing back the first Concorso model of 1956 to its former glory, the machine perfectly embodies the founding values of the historic brand.

Not only novelties, but also an authentic piece of history were presented at the La Pavoni stand: on display the first espresso machine designed and built by Desiderio Pavoni in 1905, L’Ideale, restored by careful restoration. Alongside the domestic models, professional machines were also displayed to guarantee catering professionals innovative solutions like the new version of the automatic Bar T model, designed in collaboration with _blank design studio.