SCHOTT engineers revolutionized cooking in 1971 with a black glass-ceramic: CERAN®. Today, the rock star sets new standards for cooking in the future.
Operating panels with buttons, indicator lights and switches, which appear to be “shy” in terms of displaying their visibility on electrical appliances is not exactly new a trend, but rather a sustaining one. The trick is to be able to integrate important functions without overloading the outer appearance and thus maintain a pure and sleek design to the overall interior space.
In the kitchen area,”Shytech” is particularly in demand due to the fact that the number of functions for home appliances is continually growing. No matter how many setting options, displays or control dials there are included in the device, the goal remains to provide the user with an intuitive operating experience. We find ourselves surrounded today by a number of appliances, which include coffee machines, baking ovens, steam cookers and other built-in appliances, that hide complex operational features. What is exciting is that operating elements are only visible when they are actually needed. When not in use, the appliance appears in a minimalist design; however, at the moment it is switched on, the vast array of its technical functions is quickly on display.