Italian company Antrax IT specializes in the production of unique decorative radiators and fireplaces made in partnership with famous designers around the world. We’ve also featured a fantastic variety of towel warmers manufactured by the company before, and this time we have the radiator Android which is designed by the famous American-Polish architect Daniel Libeskind. With a sleek design and advanced technologies, it will be a fully-functional sculpture offering the right amount of quality and performance in any room or bathroom. The Android radiator emulates Japanese Origami, with geometrical facets appearing like a paper sheet folded many times.
Unlike the traditional flat and slatted designs, Daniel used a dynamic sequence of angles and lines to give the metal surface looks of an Origami paper art. You might have experienced that most of the radiators available in the market are not the most-welcoming designs for interiors. On the other hand, the Android radiator could be an appealing solution to all your design needs. This designer radiator is just as sleek as any heated towel rail and it is ideal to add an element of glossy, high-end luxury to any space.
While designing the Android radiator, Daniel also focused on sustainability parameters, so he used 100% recyclable material and purpose-devised technology. It is powered by an innovative circuit that needs minimum water and energy to heat your home. Available in over 200 colors, the Android radiator can be installed both horizontally and vertically, and can also be fitted with a steel towel rail, making it ideal for use in the bathroom. No doubt it is the winner of the Good Design Award and Milan Design Week 2016.
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