Glass, stainless steel, copper and a palette of 13 enamel colours: how and why the choice of materials matters.
Eclipse black glass has the effect of making the kitchen lighter and unifying it: maximum transparency when the oven or the wine cellar is on and a concealed interior when it is off, yielding to the need for functionality.
A pioneer in every way, the Classica collection was the first issued by Smeg and is still the best expression of stainless steel and glass in the kitchen.
Designed in collaboration with architect Guido Canali, it unites rigour with functionality, for cooktops, ovens and wine cellars which, thanks to their fingerprint proof treatment, are always impeccably polished. And a special mention must go to the collection's oven and refrigerator knobs and handles, which make it a contemporary classic.View all models
Stainless steel again. The design is by Studio Piano, and the steel has been given the Ever Shine treatment: the cooktops in this collection have a finish which never loses its polish, is resistant to yellowing at high temperatures and remains brilliant through the years. They are available with four, five and six hobs.
Thirteen enamel colours, thirteen ways of making your kitchen your own: white, cream, red, bordeaux, pastel green, pink, sky blue, anthracite, black, antiqued copper, brass and silver, and pastel blue. Whether an ultramodern urban space or a rustic country house, a minimalist loft or a mountain chalet, a complete, coordinated palette of colours is at your disposal.