If the hardware appears familiar, it’;s since we’;ve written about this exceptional Mina Kitchen not too long ago — but now they’;ve added the magnificent extractor hood, Mammut, so we just had to come back and take a second look. Doesn’;t this hood appear like some thing out of Star Wars? Or possibly a periscope on a submarine? What a piece of art and function combined. We just love the way the flexible arm rotates 360 degrees. The insides boast an industrial exhaust fan, so you can cook whatever your heart desires. And the exterior is made of black graphite steel – it even sounds like it is from the future. It is the ideal resolution for any island cooking station. With the advent of “Mammut” you do not have to be concerned about a down-draft variety or operating an overhead fan to the closest wall (despite the fact that you can buy a wall-mounted or ceiling-mounted version). It also comes in a smaller version – for smaller sized abodes. But if you have got room (see below), go for two over a double range for maximum effect!
The “Mammut” fan is constructed for the Mina Kitchen but could go in any kitchen!
Can you picture a kitchen with double industrial “Mammut” hoods?
The hardware matches the “Mina Kitchen” line.
Much more info: MInacciolo