Photo Gallery Update – In-Cabinet “Shade” Designer Range Hood

When a kitchen remodel calls for a ventilation hood that’s high quality, reliable, quiet, and can be concealed inside a cabinet, the “Shade” range hoods from Italian range hood manufacturer Futuro Futuro definitely fit the bill.

The “Shade” range hoods, available in 36″ and 48″ widths, are specifically designed for installation inside cabinetry. With compact dimensions and pre-drilled holes, their installation is a breeze. Powerful yet whisper-quiet blower has 4 selectable speeds, from 150 to 940 CFM, to accommodate a variety of cooking conditions.

A touch-sensitive electronic control panel is mounted on an angled part of the hood body, so controls can be accessed even without opening the cabinet doors. For maximum convenience, an optional wireless remote control can be added. Dishwasher-safe filters, an extensible glass panel that protects cabinetry from heat and moisture, and bright halogen lights round out the impressive features of these sleek and compact range hood units.

We’ve just added a dozen exciting new photos to the image gallery for these models – check out the ultramodern kitchen designs featuring the “Shade” range hoods (as well as their prices, features, and more) on the individual product pages:

In-Cabinet / Undercabinet Designer Range Hood - Futuro Futuro "Shade"

In-Cabinet / Undercabinet Designer Range Hood – Futuro Futuro “Shade”

 
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New Photos – “Quest Black” Wall – Diagonal Designer Range Hood

The “Quest” series range hoods from Futuro Futuro represent a truly contemporary vision in kitchen ventilation design. With an angled shape, tempered-glass front, advanced perimetric suction filtering, and futuristic optical control panel, the “Quest” range hoods are a perfect finishing touch for the ultra-modern kitchen.

Made in Italy from the highest-grade AISI 304 stainless steel and tempered glass, and equipped with a powerful 940-CFM blower, the “Quest” range hoods offer powerful performance as well as robust construction and great looks. The innovative Perimeter Suction Filter System replaces the traditional mesh filters with collector slots, presenting a smooth surface that looks great and is easy to clean. Behind the deflector panel, a layer of sound-absorbing material lowers the operational noise. The internal removable filter is dishwasher-safe, and the filter cleaning reminder function lets you keep the range hood at peak efficiency for years to come.

Another innovation is the reversible blower mount, which allows the traditional choice of ducting the range hood upward, or turning the blower 90 degrees to face directly into the wall. If installing ductwork vertically, this range hood can be used with a variety of chimney covers available on the “Accessories” page of our online store.

Available in the following versions:

Visit the model pages for complete specifications, prices & stock status, dimensions, and other product info.

"Quest Black" Diagonal Glass Designer Range Hood from Futuro Futuro

“Quest Black” Diagonal Glass Designer Range Hood from Futuro Futuro

 
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New Photos – “Pearl Black” Wall Range Hood – Illuminated Curved Black Glass

Wrapped in curved glass “petals” and illuminated from within by ultra-bright LED’s, the “Pearl Black” wall-mount kitchen hood is an ideal finishing touch for the ultra-modern kitchen.

Made in Italy from the highest-grade AISI 304 stainless steel, and equipped with a powerful 940-CFM blower motor, the “Pearl Black” range hood is effective as well as unusual. Available in black or white glass, in island-mount (ceiling) and wall-mount (chimney style) versions. Energy-efficient blower motor and long-life LED lights contribute to an extremely low power consumption, making this designer range hood a great choice for environmentally-aware designs striving for Green Globes or LEED certification.

Available versions:

Visit the model pages for complete specifications, prices & stock status, dimensions, and other product info.

08/08/2012 – over a dozen fresh photos have been posted on the gallery for the 26″ Pearl Black Wall model – check them out!

"Pearl Black" Designer Glass Rangehood from Futuro Futuro

“Pearl Black” Designer Glass Rangehood from Futuro Futuro

 
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New Photos – “Pearl White” Wall Range Hood – Illuminated Curved Glass

Wrapped in curved glass “petals” and illuminated from within by ultra-bright LED’s, the “Pearl White” wall-mount kitchen hood makes a definite impression.

 

Pearl White - Designer Glass Rangehood from Futuro Futuro

 

Like all Futuro Futuro range hoods, the “Pearl” is made in Italy from the highest-grade AISI 304 stainless steel, and equipped with a powerful 940-CFM blower motor, making it as effective as it is striking in appearance. Available in black or white glass, in island-mount (ceiling) and wall-mount (chimney style) versions. Energy-efficient blower motor and long-life LED lights contribute to an extremely low power consumption, making this designer range hood a great choice for environmentally-aware designs striving for Green Globes or LEED certification.

Available versions:

Visit the model pages for complete specifications, prices & stock status, dimensions, and other product info

Pearl White - Designer Glass Rangehood from Futuro Futuro

Pearl White – Designer Glass Rangehood from Futuro Futuro

 

 
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How To Work With An Architect

Anyone who’s gone through a major renovation or new construction project can tell you that having a great architect by your side is extremely important. But, finding the right expert is only half the battle. To get the most value from the collaboration, you need to know what to look for and what pitfalls to avoid.

In the informative article “How To Work With An Architect“, Lisa Frederick offers insights on the timeline, cost, licensing, and other aspects of working closely with an architect to make your project a successful one.

 

Making bold visions a reality - the value of an architect

Making bold visions a reality – the value of an architect

 

 
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