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Kitchen is­land de­signs that up the ante on the de­sign quo­tient of the cooking zone

The se­lec­tion of stylish and state-of-the-art in­duc­tion hobs and cooker hoods from Miele make the per­fect ad­di­tions to the con­tem­po­rary gourmet kitchen

When your kitchen is the heart of the home, you’ll want to in­vest in the best ap­pli­ances and Miele, the award-win­ning Ger­man man­u­fac­turer of pre­mium do­mes­tic ap­pli­ances, has never dis­ap­pointed on this front. In­duc­tion hobs and cooker hoods form the ba­sic build­ing blocks of any kitchen and when you’re striv­ing for a clean, min­i­mal­ist look, look no fur­ther than Miele’s pow­er­fully and beau­ti­fully en­gi­neered of­fer­ings.


Cooking on in­duc­tion hobs em­pow­ers you with a sense of pre­ci­sion and safety sec­ond to none. Be­sides af­ford­ing you a great de­gree of con­trol over the heat ap­plied to your pots and pans, Miele’s KM 6381 in­duc­tion hob ex­hibits a ver­sa­til­ity that home cooks will find es­pe­cially use­ful. En­ter­tain­ing tonight? The hob is de­signed with in­no­va­tive Pow­er­flex zones, al­low­ing you to merge two cooking ar­eas to form a larger one, ac­com­mo­dat­ing the largest pots and casseroles you’ve been sav­ing for that din­ner party. Be­sides en­larg­ing the sur­face area of your cooking zones, this model al­lows you to chan­nel the power from two cooking zones into one by way of the Twin­booster func­tion. So if you need to swiftly bring a large pot of wa­ter to the boil, you’ll find this func­tion par­tic­u­larly use­ful. Cooks who en­joy whip­ping up a tasty Chi­nese-style stir-fry will know that it is im­pos­si­ble to do so with­out a proper wok heated to high and pre­cise tem­per­a­tures. Un­like other in­duc­tion cook­tops on the mar­ket, Miele’s KM 6356 fea­tures an in­te­grated in­duc­tion wok which lets you do just that, as the main ad­van­tage of an in­duc­tion wok is that it achieves a uni­form and pre­cise tem­per­a­ture as well as speed. Be­sides the in­te­grated

wok, this ver­sa­tile hob fea­tures three other cooking zones, giv­ing you the op­tion to pre­pare mul­ti­ple dishes at the same time. The Pow­er­flex zone op­tion, which al­lows you to merge two tem­per­a­ture zones to heat large cook­ware, is present here too. Those with a keen eye for de­sign will ap­pre­ci­ate the hob’s el­e­gant black glass fin­ish.


No hob is com­plete with­out a pow­er­ful hood to en­sure op­ti­mum ex­trac­tion and a sleek kitchen is de­serv­ing of an equally well de­signed cooker hood to com­ple­ment the over­all de­sign aes­thetic. Few brands un­der­stand this bet­ter than Miele, as ev­i­denced by its stunning DA 3690 cooker hood. Be­hind its min­i­mal­ist de­sign lies a pow­er­fully en­gi­neered sys­tem that can achieve an ex­trac­tion rat­ing of up to 640m3/hr – one that deftly ex­tracts away grease, smells, and vapour be­fore it can set­tle in your kitchen. Span­ning 90cm, the hood boasts a gen­er­ous canopy that over­looks a hob-space wide enough to cater to the needs of se­ri­ous home cooks. The hood is also in­te­grated with Miele’s. Con@ctiv­ity 2.0 tech­nol­ogy, a fea­ture that syncs your hood to your hob. This way, when you turn your hob on, you’ll find your cooking hood re­spond­ing au­to­mat­i­cally as well.


Miele’s Con@ctiv­ity 2.0 smart tech­nol­ogy also en­ables the cooker hood to cal­i­brate the fan set­tings ac­cord­ing to the in­ten­sity of cooking ac­tiv­ity, en­sur­ing the op­ti­mum room cli­mate at all times. This en­sures, you’re free to fo­cus on what mat­ters the most – cooking each dish to per­fec­tion. Done cooking? Sim­ply turn off the hob and the hood will fol­low suit. With less time spent fid­dling with kitchen ap­pli­ances, you’ll find your­self with more time to per­fect your dishes. If you own an is­land kitchen, look to the brand new DA 6890 Le­van­ter Down­draft Sys­tem. This mo­torised hood is el­e­gantly con­cealed in your is­land fix­ture and rises 40cm over your work­top when you’re ready to start cooking. Its in­vis­i­ble pres­ence makes it the per­fect choice for a min­i­mal­ist kitchen, where less is cer­tainly more. More than just a stylish ad­di­tion to your kitchen, this hood wields an in­no­va­tive down­draft ex­trac­tion method to achieve an ex­tract­ing rate of up to 710m3/hr – so you can en­joy cooking in a kitchen free of grease and odours. Touch On Glass con­trols and LED light­ing com­plete this hand­some beauty.


Miele’s hoods can be cus­tomised to your ex­act­ing spec­i­fi­ca­tions, in­clud­ing considerations for your body height, length of your duct­ing sys­tem, your de­sign pref­er­ences, and more. Made from high-qual­ity welded and pol­ished stain­less steel and put to­gether with im­pec­ca­ble work­man­ship, Miele’s cooker hood canopies are cer­tainly built to last.

The Le­van­ter hood rises 40cm el­e­gantly above the hob

KM 6381 In­duc­tion Hob is specif­i­cally de­signed to match the Le­van­ter down­draft hood

Con­tem­po­rary look of the bev­elled glass edge of the KM6381 in­duc­tion hob

The DA 3690 Luxury Slim­line hood is min­i­mal­ist yet pow­er­ful

Miele’s KM 6356 fea­tures an in­duc­tion wok that’s per­fect for cooking Asian cuisines

The in­duc­tion wok to­gether with the Pow­er­flex zones of­fer home chefs ab­so­lute ver­sa­til­ity

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