Gas, induction, ceramic or mixed hobs ... Each technology has a particular profile. In order to imagine the perfect hob, the one that will become the heart of your home, it is well worth working out the kind of chef you are with your noblessa adviser.
Plan for an extractor hood that is larger than your hob to ensure maximum smoke extraction. Install a cutlery drawer nearby and one for pans just below so you don't have to keep walking around unnecessarily. Once you are starting to plan your fully fitted kitchen, our expert advisors will give you all the tips you need to make your time in the kitchen easy.
Induction and ceramic hobs
Induction hobs are precise, fast, economical and safe. They use less energy than gas, have a temperature-limit control when empty and a locking control panel.
Gas and mixed hobs
Those who are skilled at traditional, authentic cooking swear by gas hobs. Their advantage: the adjustable flame makes cooking easy to control. Purists can also use them just as well to simmer little dishes as to cook them at full heat.
Mixed hobs offer a compromise. They combine several spaces and cooking methods: both gas and electric. You can chose day by day, which solution is the right for your purposes.
Stainless steel and built-in elements, timelessly on trend
On the style side, stainless steel and built in elements are always on trend. The idea is to keep the depth above the work top to a minimum so that the hob blends seamlessly with the decor. This smooth design is possible with natural material work tops - but also with the exclusice Xtra work top in 38 mm.