Design

Veil, the new chimney Faber

La chimney hood becomes design. A veil of modernity rests on the classical aesthetic inverted T, to renew the codes of a model that has made history.

Is called Veil and is among the latest innovations F, The pioneer in the field, presented at Eurocucina 2014.

Designed and developed by designer Samuel Codegoni and 40 students of the Polytechnic of Milan, Veil born from a path made of workshops and continuous processing, which lasted a whole year.

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Skypad, the new hood Faber ceiling

Watch the stove from a new perspective. And 'what does SkyPad, the innovative model built-in design, featuring a solid steel body and a thin glass panel, ideal to allow a powerful perimeter extraction.

His plus also lies in the fact that it is not integrated in the ceiling, but it is simply installed flush to the wall for an elegant effect suspension.

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Faber presents its new cabinets smart Carré and Thalia

Designed for environments with modern, new models of hoods F Carré and Thalia have a pop style and a technological heart with excellent performance, affordable.

Dynamics, extra small, easy to install and with new colors ranging from pink to blue cameo dove to sage green. Faber, the company that in 1958 has launched the first model of extractor hood in Plexiglas, and Thalia has Carré, the new models from the style pop and the heart of all technological.

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Salone del Mobile 2014

FABER presents SKYLIFT hood at the Furniture Fair 2014

Mobility, recessed and highest aspiration brought together in a new concept of the hood. The company that invented the hood in 1955, presents on the occasion of Salone del Mobile 2014 the new Skylift, the only integrated hood in the ceiling coming down on the stove.

The new model uses in fact an exceptional mobility: thanks to thin steel cables 4, falls on the stove ready to use it to go back when it is no longer in operation, thanks to technology "up & down" signed Faber.

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PAREO: THE HOOD "TAILORED" OF FABER BY SAMUEL Codegoni

Minimalism and Japanese elegance inspire furoshikiThe refined technique of wrapping objects with textiles and silk fabrics in order to conceal, protect, and at the same time enhance what is packaged. for Pareo the designer Samuel Codegoni It adopts the same principle.

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