Food preparation and preservation specialists Wolf are known for their uncompromised craftsmanship in design and technology, and it’s with this legacy that the company unveils its new Module Cooktops.
June 1st, 2017
Wolf has designed this new range of module cooktops to cover the entire gamut of cooking methods, from steaming to teppanyaki, all housed within a stylish and utterly contemporary aesthetic.
With a compact width of 381mm, even when designing for the smallest kitchen, it’s able to serve as a house for a high-performance kitchen appliance. The variable nature of the range lets you combine individual modules to create a truly custom cooktop. Wolf modules have a streamlined control layout and frame – to seamlessly pair with one another.
The range comes in 6 modules: induction, dual-element indoor grill, steamer, teppanyaki 2 burner gas and multi-function single gas burner – designed to deliver a powerful 24MJ/h, a perfect option for wok cooking.
Sleek and variable designs, exceptional build quality, and superior performance – the Wolf module cooking system is the clear choice for designers looking to cater to individual client tastes, as well maintain aesthetic unity in a contemporary kitchen.
For a truly unified design style, the Wolf cooktops can be combined with Sub-Zero refrigeration to create the ultimate luxury kitchen.
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