The 'MirrorHob' Stove Range Allows Chefs to Keep an Eye on the Element

By: Michael Hemsworth - Jan 5, 2017
References: yankodesign
Utilizing a gas stove range usually requires chefs to bend down and look at the base underneath the pot or pan to see if the flame is on, but the 'MirrorHob' aims to eliminate this. Featuring a small V-shaped accent, the 'MirrorHob' puts a reflective portion onto the rear section of the stove to make seeing how big or small the flame is a simple process. Users will no longer have to lift the cooking vessel or crouch down to look underneath again thanks to the functional design of the stove range.

The 'MirrorHob' is the design work of Liu Zhongliang, Fang Shi, Zhou Jian, Yu Hongfei and Wu Yanyan, and solves a simple problem with a streamlined aesthetic that's inherently modern.