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Smeg’s Linear collection celebrates the beauty of white

Paying homage to the beauty of white, Smeg has released its Linear collection, comprising a series of white appliances in lustrous, light-reflective white glass and stainless steel.

The use of white creates a sense of “seamless space.” A white induction cooktop, placed on a white marble benchtop, or a bank of sleek, minimalist ovens built into a white wall would allow the kitchen to recede into the overall living area, giving a sense of spaciousness.

Technology features prominently in the Linear collection – Thermoseal oven technology ensures the perfect atmospheric balance required for optimum cooking conditions. Additional standard inclusions comprise soft close door, Ever Clean enamel, Cool Door Technology and the choice of Pyrolytic or Vapour Clean oven cleaning functions.

Other options, across the range, include SmartSense Plus – a foolproof, step-by-step guide to cooking via a TFT colour display and 50 guided cooking programmes plus the capacity to save 10 personal favourites.

In the SAI90MW 90cm pure white SmartSense Plus induction cooktop, Surface Share technology enables the appliance’s six induction zones – uniquely shaped to ensure coverage to the corner of each zone – can be combined and operated by a control slider – either touched directly or finger-swiped.

The new Linear collection comprises 60cm and 70cm ovens, together with compact ovens, coffee machine, warming drawer, induction hobs plus gas on glass cooktops in two widths – 72cm and 60cm.

A statement from Smeg read, “A hunger for change and a further blurring of demarcation between living and food prep zones have seen white take pole position in kitchen design. White surfaces complemented by sleek, very contemporary white appliances are key to the look and…Smeg is leading the change.”

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