The freestanding Heritage Series cookers show off three different matt colors to increase the charme of an unique imprint: the colors, black, wine and cream are applied on stainless steel in a durable, double layer coating on stainless steel using the latest powder-coating processes.
The product’s core is always the advanced and accurate engineering that allows to achieve high performance for perfect results in cooking. The appliance is available in various sizes: 120 cm with two twin ovens; 100 cm with triple or double oven; 90 cm with double or single oven. The single piece pressed-hob includes the exclusive Bertazzoni brass burner, with a high efficiency dual-ring power burner.
With 135 years of excellence, the elegance of the late 19th century design evolved in today’s aesthetics to provide sophisticated and distinctive home appliances, ideal for a both modern and traditional setting.
Tradition’s timeless appeal joins cutting-edge technology to create a unique product which is well finished in every detail: chromed finishes and brass inserts enhance the product, with a large oven door handle and knobs of solid metal
Likewise, the asymmetrical cut of the rugs breaks with the classic rectangular shape and contributes to a fresh and contemporary aesthetic, which escapes from rigidity to open up to something new. The CANEVAS GEO rug collection, which also includes matching cushions, is available in three colours: Coral, Green and Grey. If desired, the rugs can be combined as pieces of a puzzle, thus enhancing their geometric and tonal game.
The new wool and felt rugs created by Belgian designer Charlotte Lancelot for GAN
With this proposal, however, Lancelot has gone even further with framed coloured areas that appear superimposed over one another. “The idea was to explore the technique’s possibilities,” explains the designer, who is particularly interested in bringing traditional craft to the present.
CANEVAS GEO is a warm and balanced composition, thanks to its wise combination of planes and colours. “The textures intermingle to create areas of different colour and density,” explains Lancelot. The effect achieved is reminiscent of the view of crop fields from an aerial perspective.