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Published on June 4th, 2018 | by The GC Team


Falmec launches minimalist “Alba” ceiling extractor

Falmec has launched the Alba, a new minimalist perimetral ceiling extractor with a strong emphasis on design.

Designers Valerio Sommella and Alberto Saggia have created a discreet perimetral glass frame protruding from the ceiling, whilst the functional core is hidden behind a matte white painted panel which blends into the ceiling. The perimeter of the glass frame is LED backlit when in operation, ensuring the worktop is illuminated for optimum visibility and efficiency in the kitchen. Meanwhile, perimetral extraction is used to efficiently extract moisture from the cooking area.

The Alba is compatible with several different motors, including the option for a recirculating system using Falmec’s patented Carbon.Zeo ceiling filtering kit, and offers the choice to paint the white panel to match the existing décor in the home.

Alba is part of the Design collection, which is the result of a close collaboration between Falmec and external designers.

The Alba is available from July for orders in the UK.

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