Smeg, established in 1948 as an enamelling plant working with metals, is most well known today for it’s iconic range of domestic appliances combining ‘technology with style.
An acronym, Smeg stands for Smalterie Metallurgiche Emiliane Guastalla, which makes reference to its metal enamelling roots, a reminder of the original activity carried out by the Company.
Smeg is headquartered in the heart of Emilia Romagna in northern Italy and has a total of 14 international subsidiaries, plus a large network of major distributors across the world, including Smeg UK, based in Abingdon, Oxfordshire.
While exclusive design has always been a distinctive part of the Smeg philosophy (unique partnerships with leading architects and designers including Renzo Piano and Marc Newson), technological innovation has too been a major contributor in helping position Smeg across the world as the premium brand it’s widely regarded today.
Technology with style graces the kitchen
Thorough research, together with innovative design and advanced technology, Smeg appliances bring together stylish aesthetics and unrivalled performance which reflects true attention to detail.
Having earned a well deserved reputation in the built-in appliance market with three distinct built-in product aesthetics, ‘Cucina’, ‘Classic’ and ‘Linea’ offer excellent depth and breadth of range to suit developments across the UK, whilst also providing a point of difference to many other sites being built in the local area. By mixing and matching high end visual appliances with budget conscious integrated appliances the Smeg offer will be found to be surprisingly competitive.