Dry Mountain Gas Stove is designed to have a softer and more intimate user experience through functional beauty. This is achieved by implementing thoughtful design features through the entire gas stove, from the bottom plate to the burner and even the knobs.
Dry Mountain Gas Stove has several design features that facilitate easier clean-ups. The bottom plate’s distinctive wave pattern is inspired by the ‘rocks’ and ‘rivers’ of Japanese dry landscape gardens. The curvature of each wave was precisely calculated to prevent boiling water from overflowing to the countertop. Wiping oil off the cooktop is also easier than conventional gas stoves, thanks to the wavy surface. The burner is designed with zero dead angles, preventing any debris from being trapped. Similarly, the iron-formed pot bracket references the curves of flower petals, making it easier to sweep debris away.
To help users maximise their countertop space, the bottom plate is rounded off. This not only saves 20% of countertop space, but also softens the form at the same time.