Picks From The Hood
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Operated via soft touch controls, Elica Collection’s Wave cooker hood is the epitome of form meets function, combining ventilation and lighting in one sleek appliance. $1,867
Thermador’s Easy Lift hood is distinguished by a pivoting glass canopy that can be lowered to clear the smoke above the cooking surface and lifted for more headroom or for easy cleaning $2,299
Created by renowned industrial designer Robert Brunner, the Tilt hood from Zephyr’s Arc Collection speaks volumes with a sleek minimalist design that delivers the latest in compact power starts at $2,699
Best’s IS502 hood offers supremely quiet ventilation as well as a modern kitchen focal point (not to mention four-speed, electronic push-button control and brilliant halogen lighting) starts at $3,258
The Canterbury hood by Rangecraft has smoothly rounded corners that can be dressed with rivets and decorative bands. It’s available in copper, brass, or stainless steel (or all of them, should one choose).
The AI 200 island ventilation hood by Gaggenau quietly blends into kitchen surroundings with its clean design and noiseless fans. Functions are easily accessible with the touch of eight buttons integrated into the side of the ventilator $1,699
Created from copper, brass, or stainless steel (or any combination of those materials), Rangecraft’s Miami hood is available with the company’s super quiet internal fan or for use with a remote fan starts at $6,500
ahead of the curve
Part of Vent-A-Hood’s Contemporary Series, the IZTH island range hood in stainless steel with glass accents is designed for use over most professional-style cooking equipment. starts at $3,266
custom chicPadova, a new concept for Zephyr from designer Fu-Tung Cheng, can be customized with the homeowner’s materials of choice, such as mosaic tile, ribbed glass, or Italian Marmorino plaster starts