The S.I.A.M. Induction Cooker Serves Up Efficient Dishes for One

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 12, 2013 • References: yankodesign
An oven is a quite a hefty kitchen appliance for a person who doesn't cook regularly, so one can appreciate something like the Paseco S.I.A.M. Induction Cooker as a much better use of space and a much more practical device. Designed by Tae-Ryung Byun and Hye-Rim Lee, the cutting-edge culinary contraption is a compact and efficient heating element that can be installed right against your wall.

The single circular hotplate is coupled with a ring-shaped range hood to diffuse any smoke, steam and grease. The innovative system integrates a touch-sensitive set of controls so that temperature can be adjusted without the nuisance of knobs, dials and buttons. The S.I.A.M. Induction Cooker folds up when you don't need it and has zero footprint on your countertop. It's perfect for cramped apartments. Stats for Mini Wall-Mounted Stoves Trending: Older & Buzzing
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