Ordine by Adriano Design for Fabita frees the cooker top: the mobile hob has arrived (it’s wall-mountable)

Developed by Fabita in collaboration with Adriano Design, Ordine is an innovative cooker hob, consisting of two circular induction plates that enable you to free up the kitchen worktop. When needed, you can use one cooking zone or both, and then hang them on the wall after use. The zones are independent of each other, so allowing two large pans to be heated simultaneously, unlike conventional hobs where the various cooking zones are set close together. As for the materials, ceramic glass is used for the induction zones, glass for the control/display sector, technopolymer for the supports of the induction zones, while the cable is sheathed with a protective technical jacket. A highly flexible space-saving idea, With its freestanding design, Ordine can also be moved to different settings while spaces and furnishings are being refurbished. It comes in a range of different colors and in hanging or free-standing versions.

At a glance

What is it?
A cooker with two circular induction hobs that frees the kitchen worktop, for residential and contract use.
What is the design concept?
To create an innovative and flexible product making it possible, among much else, to heat two large pans at once.
What is it made of?
Ceramic glass for the induction zones and glass for the control/display zone. The supports of the induction zones are in technopolymer. The cable is covered with a protective technical jacket.
How is it produced and where?
Completely in Italy, in the company’s facility at Serra San Quirico in the province of Ancona
How is it manufactured?
By industrial processes drawing on great know-how about induction products. Technologies: plastic molding, wood and sheet-metal working.
What makes it special?
The prospect of having a deconstructed kitchen by transforming the traditional furnishings into a series of free and flexible elements.
What is it like?
Flexible, space-saving, nomadic.