The Frecan Paradigma system combines a range hood and lighting into the ceiling
The kitchen space certainly has evolved, and modernism in the design has come a long way from the days of traditional equipment for cooking and managing the food preparation of a home. The evidence is well documented, like what we see in Claudio Celiberti million pound kitchens, Electrolux Grande Cuisine, Toncelli Prisma Kitchen, and the kitchen future certainly has been predicted for the year 2015 with the Hettich Kitchen Concept 2015. Now Frecan Paradigma has taken it upon them to making the space better to be in, with the help of their combination hood and lighting system which puts double utility of exhaust and lighting through the same set of mountings.
After one installs the setup in the kitchen ceiling, one of the most popular issues with the kitchen gets solved; i.e. the smoke and odor of multiple ingredients lying around. The exhaust system ensures that virtually all of the smoke gets pushed outside via the tunnel, thus helping to keep things clean and airy within the kitchen, and in case of open kitchen, the home in general. For a lot of people who spend time in the kitchen, that would be a considerable relief.
The next bit of utility is the lighting. In order to ensure that one thing doesn’t blend into another without the cook’s ready participation, a proper lighting facility within the kitchen becomes even more important. Hopefully the Frecan Paradigma takes care of that, as these ceiling mounts serve as kitchen lighting systems too.
According to the specifications available, each module or mounting is powered with 4 energy saving lamps of 9 Watts each, which wont set the electricity bills sky rocketing, but at the same time provide with the essential lighting. The other practical advantage is the easy cleaning of these modules. Due to the prior consultation and designing, it is easy to reach for these mounts, open them, clean the interiors and one is good to go as usual. Seems like a perfect all-in-one!