Four Cooktops That Add a New Element to the Kitchen

Four Cooktops That Add a New Element to the Kitchen

Ranging from sleek and unobtrusive to decidedly scene-stealing, these four cooktops suit any space.


1 Heritage Collection by Dacor

Large 36-cm grates arranged as a continuous platform let heavy, full pots slide (rather than needing to be lifted) along the entire surface. Cooking accessories, which can be seamlessly swapped in, include a wok ring, a searing grill and a griddle.


2 Liberty Induction by Thermador

The five cooking elements of this induction surface can be combined to form larger zones to accommodate round pots, rectangular roasting pans or square griddles – and the heat source will follow a utensil shifted across the surface.


3 Professional Series by Bertazzoni

The 90-cm-wide gas hob in this collection offers flexibility through variously sized brass burners and cast-iron pot supports. It also features an ignition system that operates with one hand and reduces gas consumption – plus the gas flow instantly shuts off if the flame goes out.


4 TwoInOne by Miele

An integrated downdraft extractor combines with an induction cooktop for a clean, interruption-free surface. Reflecting the minimal look, touch controls eliminate the need for dials and knobs.

This story was taken from the September 2018 issue of Azure. Buy a copy of the issue here, or subscribe here.

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