Smeg: High-end appliances.

Appliances that not only meet the most demanding expectations but also set the standard for excellence in the world of high-end.

Smeg design product catalogue

The Italian brand offers a wide variety of appliances: cookers, hobs, ovens, coffee machines, washing machines, dishwashers, dryers, extractor hoods, sinks, wine coolers, refrigerators. Their kitchen designs span modern, classic, 1950s, and colonial aesthetics.

In Smeg cooking hobs, the elegance of materials merges with the most advanced technology. Different sizes, shapes, and cooking types are easily coordinated with the oven range. The extensive Smeg range includes gas, ceramic, and induction hobs. Gas cooking hobs, in stainless steel, glass, or enameled, offer various installation options including standard, support, flush, and semi-flush. As an alternative to gas cooking, Smeg offers electric cooking hobs.

The brand boasts a complete range of built-in ovens with highly refined aesthetics, designed to offer top performance and meet any requirement, ensuring maximum ease of use and safety.

Smeg wine coolers, whether built-in or freestanding, ensure optimal preservation of red, white, and sparkling wine bottles thanks to separate temperature zones that can be regulated independently, special LED lights, and UV-protected glass that create ideal conditions for preservation.

The coffee machines from this prestigious brand are also of extraordinary quality.

Features and details of Smeg

Smeg appliances interpret contemporary living demands with a sober and elegant style, a result of collaboration with world-renowned architects. The company has asserted itself with a unique profile in the household appliance industry but also in the professional sector with the Foodservice and Instruments divisions dedicated respectively to large-scale catering and the electro-medical area. Thanks to a corporate culture that attributes extreme attention to quality, technological content, and the design of its products, the Smeg Group is internationally recognized as a cornerstone of excellence in Made in Italy. Smeg, founded in 1948 by Vittorio Bertazzoni from Guastalla, Reggio Emilia, is the Italian company that has transformed simple household appliances into accredited interpreters of Made in Italy design. The family’s production and entrepreneurial history began in the 19th century. Initially blacksmiths, the Bertazzoni differentiated their activity over time, subsequently becoming kitchen builders.

Details and project solutions hint at the pursuit of a lifestyle where the home reflects the image of its inhabitants. Through this, products become protagonists of the vital center and living space of the home. The kitchen integrates its function and transforms into a perfectly decorated stage to enhance the environment. Therefore, the aesthetic research work of Smeg‘s advanced internal project center is supported by collaboration with world-renowned architects such as Guido Canali, Mario Bellini, Piano Design Studio, Marc Newson, and Giancarlo Candeago. Knowing how to combine technology and style has allowed the Guastalla-based company to create products that have become true icons over time. Smeg’s certified laboratories, through knowledge of materials and the most advanced technology, thus interpret the demands of contemporary living, emphasizing essential qualities in products such as durability, safety, flexibility of use, and pleasantness. Constant and rigorous control tests throughout the production process testify to the commitment to ensure absolute reliability. Furthermore, thanks to increasingly advanced interfaces and various programming solutions, each Smeg appliance meets the diverse needs of the user while fully respecting maximum ease of use and intelligent resource management.

Smeg designs its appliances – ovens, cooktops, coffee machines, cookers, dishwashers, washing machines, washer-dryers, extractor hoods, sinks, refrigerators, and freezers – placing significant emphasis on integrating environmental considerations. Maximum attention is given to the use of materials such as steel, glass, aluminum, and brass, which are easily recyclable through careful separate collection. In order to improve the ecological footprint of its products, Smeg not only scrupulously follows the guidelines of European directives such as RoHs and REACH, adhering well within the minimum legal values but also has internal regulations that further restrict the use of substances considered potentially harmful.

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