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Pareo of Faber, the hood inspired by furoshiki technique, designed by Samuel Codegoni

Minimalism and Japanese elegance inspire furoshiki, the refined technique of wrapping objects in silk cloths and fabrics to conceal, protect and at the same time enhance the contents of the package. Designer Samuel Codegoni followed the same principle for Pareo by Faber. He transformed a sheet of stainless steel, used for wire cloth, into a telescopic hood. Using Faber’s up&down technology, the product gently moves close to the burners. The cylinders which make up the appliance are operated by simple remote control. They slide into each other, closing or opening the telescope, like a cloth folded and refolded on each occasion to create the most appropriate garment - or silk-wrapped package. As part of Faber’s F-light Generation line, the Pareo extractor hood combines metallic elegance with the most innovative technology and top functional performance. Designed in co-operation between Codegoni and Faber’s R&D division, it is available to the public for € 2300. Source: Samuel Codegoni Visit the Faber website Visit the Samuel Codegoni website
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