New Ele?trolux pure white, illuminated cooktop encases induction technology for cooking. It is using electromagnetic fields to transfer energy to the cooking pot, which then converts, into heat. The heat is generated at the base of the pan, not by a heating element. In effect, this turns the pan itself into a hot plate and removes a significant amount of radiant heat from the cooktop surface.
The design of the cooktop is quite unique. It’s idea is to be beautiful to fits in any cross-over room that blur the distinction between kitchen and living area. The LED perimeter lighting adds drama when using the product. The surface of the cooktop is made from white patterned ceramic glass which utilizes easy-to-use touch controls.
Electrolux Aurora is an example of taking existing functionality (in this case, induction cooking), and through design creating a unique product that strongly embodies the Electrolux Brand values. The cooktop received an Australian Design Mark. Although the price for such piece of art isn’t very cheap. It will cost something around $10000.