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Sponsor: SmegSmeg is Italy’s largest privately owned domestic kitchen appliances manufacturer renowned worldwide for its innovation, architectural style and superb engineering.
Smeg was founded by the Bertazzoni family in the 1940s as Smalterie Metallurgiche Emiliane Guastalla (metal enamelling factory in the village of Guastalla, Reggio Emilia). The company remains a family-run business under the direct control of Roberto Bertazzoni. Indeed, it is Bertazzoni’s foresight that secured the talents of world-renowned architects such as Mario Bellini, Guido Canali and Renzo Piano at a time when kitchen appliances were considered nothing more than utilitarian workhorses.
Today that foresight continues with Smeg constantly breaking new ground in design originality and superior performance. Smeg classic appliances elevate food preparation areas worldwide into architectural masterpieces. Smeg retains its leading edge in the worldwide market through a total dedication to the design and manufacturing of specialist appliances. A continual monitoring of trends and developments in both style and technology has led to a constantly evolving partnership with leading architects and designers. Indeed, this dedication to the marrying of style with function has created an ongoing love affair between Smeg, architects and designers worldwide.
With their sleek, stylish European looks and smart, up-to-the-minute finishes, Smeg appliances immediately stand out in terms of design and functionality.
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