Add_On is a synthesis of design and technology. The modular concept allows maximum flexibility in adaptation, expressed in a definite shape, square or rectangular, or in a free shape.
Step-by-Step has a solid aluminium body with a surface broken up into pleated elliptical modules.
SOHO, a best seller that was conceived through the partnership with Ludovica+Roberto Palomba in 2008 with the idea of redesigning a shape consolidated by tradition, making it current and captivatin
In line with the design of the Elements collection to which it belongs, Square is a furnishing element with a great capability of characterising the room, despite its formal simplicity.
MILANO, an iconic product designed in 2006 by Antonia Astori and Nicola De Ponti for Tubes, and which can be distinguished by its sinuous and sculptural body, is available in an original horizontal
Light and free like a butterfly, extending and folding like a folding screen, Origami, designed by Alberto Meda, is an electric plug&play radiator that liaises with its surroundings.
Square Bench stems from the idea of shaping heat with the addition of comfort through a bench on which to relax.
Behind an apparently simple and immediate result, which stands out for its linearity and extremely pure styling, lies a great complexity of design and an undisputed skill of manufacturing.
Heat and light, two vital and essential elements for the balance of the body and mind, which come together and are the starting point for the creation of an unprecedented heating object which is ca
The Scaletta heated towel rail is a nomadic, iconic, pop object which, thanks to its original design and versatile use, is capable of accommodating various design requirements.
Designed for Tubes by Elisa Ossino, the new I Ching product is a heated towel rail module whose starting point was radical form simplification. I Ching has turned the heating rail into an artwork,
Astro is a fan heater, an air purifier, a furnishing element: it is a small electric heating object which effortlessly brings warmth where it is needed and then, surprisingly, purifies the air.
This model recalls the style of classic radiators, with a play of repeated modules. The design highlights the essentiality of the elements and softens the lines.
RIFT, designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba with Matteo Fiorini in 2014, with RIFT/reverse can be seen from a new perspective and is enriched with accessories created ad hoc.