A KITCHEN HOOD CAN DO MORE THAN VENT AIR
When co-founder Alex Siow seized on the idea that everything in the home is an opportunity for personal expression, he began by elevating the hood to its rightful place: no longer an afterthought, the hood stands above all, as distinctive in its performance as it is in its beauty.
Since the launch of their first hoods in 1997, they have remained true to their vision of delivering the unexpected-by deliberately seeking to change the marketplace. Alex was first to recognize the unmet demand for more powerful, professional-grade hoods in the home. And they answered with the Power series, high-CFM performers that put air quality concerns to rest with quiet efficiency-and raised the bar with self-cleaning, filter-free technologies never before available.
After putting the power back into ventilation, the Europa line ushered in a new millennium with a style-forward clarion call to those who could find little inspiration above the range. Since then they have taken their vision ever higher, working with some of the world's best designers to find beauty in the everyday and create collections that are truly unlike any other.
Like California's Fu-Tung Cheng, the kitchen and bath design guru who has inspired millions with his books and ideas. And Italy's acclaimed Elica design team, featuring the renowned Bang + Olufsen designer David Lewis, who contributes his radically innovative aesthetic to a collection of daring works that never go unnoticed.
It's all for you. Look beyond the expected, and together, they'll discover new possibilities.
Another of Fu-Tung Cheng's stylish new concepts, Cache's subdued design eschews clutter, infusing your entire kitchen with ordered elegance. Beneath its sweeping, understated hood and signature utensil-rail, the Cache hides a spacious storage compartment-perfect for housing herbs, spices, and other culinary devices.