Choosing the best rangehood for your kitchen layout is one of the most difficult, yet important. For kitchen interior designers and professionals alike, the decision of whether to make the rangehood a statement piece or have it concealed is one that is not easy. The silent rangehood specialists at Schweigen offer their recommendations of the benefits of ceiling cassettes:

  1. Integrated & Unique Design

A ceiling cassette rangehood consists of sleek, modern lines and allows for an aesthetic that is open, spacious and unburdened. This being stated it is also a talking point as it showcases its grand, unique stature. A rangehood such as the Schweigen IN.Silent INART 4M cassette boasts its magnificence with generous dimensions and a glamorous stainless steel ‘cloud’. On the other hand, designers looking for a more flexible option are able to choose a rangehood such as the Schweigen Silent Paradigma, which combines LED light and powerful extraction in one unit, available in several modular configurations.

  1. Effortless Technology

With the touch of a button from a remote, a cassette proves functional, effortless, and innovative. A trend to look for in a ceiling cassette, such as on the INART 4M, is the use of Perimeter Aspiration, which targets air extraction towards the perimeter of the cassette, creating a smaller and more intense extraction area. This rangehood takes cooking to the next level and is the ‘wow’ factor in any kitchen without interrupting the interior design and aesthetic.

  1. Powerful Extraction

A ceiling cassette is able to offer a truly powerful extraction despite its proximity to the actual cooking. Schweigen puts its food forward in this domain with their innovative, energy efficient, German-made Isodrive® motor, which works by pulling air outside, rather than pushing like conventional hoods. Any unwanted odours are removed, and external noise is absorbed by ambient sounds, allowing your kitchen to reclaim its rightful places as the hub of your home.

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