Few French manufacturers can boast over 300 years of history as La Maison De Dietrich can. Since its creation at the end of the 17th century, the company has provided a constant stream of creations, innovations and unique technology, such as the first domestic cooker, the pyrolytic oven, and the saturated steam oven. In 1990, De Dietrich invented the first induction hobs.
In 2010 it created Piano, the first zoneless induction hob, and in 2013 it launched the HoriZone Chef induction hob, which counts four different cooking modes among its innovative new features.
Expertise is passed on from generation to generation, allowing us to offer a level of excellence today that is very rarely achieved. Inspired by its heritage, and its inherited knowledge, the new De Dietrich design is just as much a signature look as it is the personification of the French art of living.
Revisiting steel, glass, stainless steel and copper through the eyes of a master craftsman, De Dietrich has transformed raw materials into breathtaking results, marking this as a uniquely sophisticated collection at the cutting edge of technology.
De Dietrich has reinvented white, honouring the colour to the very fullest extent. Synonymous with elegance and purity, this collection reflects an unparalleled expertise and perfect command of materials evoking wonderful emotions.
Combining the elegance of iron grey with subtle touches of copper-enhanced stainless steel, this collection reflects the true extent of the brand’s excellence and innovative nature in design and technology.
A fusion of materials and textures such as cast iron and glass, this collection adds a touch of sophistication to even the most elegant of living spaces thanks to an intensely deep black and meticulous copper finishing.
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