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At Eurocucina Smeg proposes total white, with minimal-style household appliances which stand out thanks to the purity of Marc Newson's design.

A non-colour colour. Bright elegance and pure minimalism for rarefied ambiances and infinite spaces. White captivates design addicts as a symbol of exclusive sophistication, recreating a precious and almost sacred feeling in the home.

Smeg's sensitivity enabled it to catch onto this trend and propose innovative solutions for furnishing the kitchen which fully understand the requirements of modern life.

Eurocucina therefore saw the products of the line designed for Smeg by Marc Newson, one of the top exponents of international design, take centre stage in the total white version. Ovens, hobs and matching hoods come together to create a project which embraces the virtuous Smeg philosophy summarised as "technology with style".

The FP610AB oven in white etched glass interprets a modern, informal style, characterised by soft lines and maximum functional intuitiveness, also thanks to the display which is bigger than on traditional models, with immediatelyunderstandable touch controls. Also intelligent when it comes to energy consumption, the oven allows for a 20% energy saving compared to Class A. It offers a good 72 litre capacity and huge flexibility thanks to the 5 cooking positions and standard telescopic guides. Pyrolytic and multifunctional, the FP610AB model is also easy to clean thanks to the special EverClean enamel.

To match this model, the Newson line also proposes the P755AB hob in elegant, etched white glass with soft-touch treatment, which makes it silky smooth and fingerprint-proof, together with refined silver knobs in an original design. The hob also stands out for the design innovations, such as the high-output burners which reduce cooking times and lower energy consumption, offering a 65% better performance than traditional systems.

For perfect, consistent style, the Newson hob and oven also matches the KMN75AB hood which is also in white etched glass.