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Tubes Towel dryer - Montecarlo

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It is one of the first heating elements that fully expresses the spirit of the collection, in which the radiator is thought in a radically new way, as a furnishing element with a strong personality rather than as a component of a heating system, interpreted in an industrial design perspective.
Within the Elements collection it also represents an excellent result of a difficult industrialisation process, which manages to compromise between the traditional concept of the heating element, in which the technical part coincides with the aesthetic, with the requirements of the design project.
Available in a horizontal, vertical and square version, it can be fitted with accessories such as practical shelves for bathroom accessories that can be freely positioned within the structure.
Like other ranges in the Elements collection, Montecarlo has been conceived to function either electrically or as part of the heating installation. In the plumbed in version, the connection is separate from the radiator and the valve and controls are in a special recessed group that can be located up to six metres away from the radiator, a particular detail that makes it seem even more like a piece of furniture. The electric version represents a development of the design and opens up new applications, particularly in the contract sector.
In addition to the traditional chrome version, Montecarlo is now also available in a colour finish in all RAL colours, enhancing the range and extending interior design possibilities as well as further improving heat output.

Measurements:
The horizontal version measures 37,5 cm in height and 23 cm in depth and is available in three widths: 80, 100 and 120 cm. There are two heights for the vertical version (140 and 170 cm) which measures 37,5 cm in width and 23 cm in depth. The square version measures 50x50 with a depth of 23 cm.

  • Origin : ITALY
  • Materials : Stainless steel
  • Style : Design
  • Designer : Peter Jamieson
  • Date of creation : 2004

Details

It is one of the first heating elements that fully expresses the spirit of the collection, in which the radiator is thought in a radically new way, as a furnishing element with a strong personality rather than as a component of a heating system, interpreted in an industrial design perspective.
Within the Elements collection it also represents an excellent result of a difficult industrialisation process, which manages to compromise between the traditional concept of the heating element, in which the technical part coincides with the aesthetic, with the requirements of the design project.
Available in a horizontal, vertical and square version, it can be fitted with accessories such as practical shelves for bathroom accessories that can be freely positioned within the structure.
Like other ranges in the Elements collection, Montecarlo has been conceived to function either electrically or as part of the heating installation. In the plumbed in version, the connection is separate from the radiator and the valve and controls are in a special recessed group that can be located up to six metres away from the radiator, a particular detail that makes it seem even more like a piece of furniture. The electric version represents a development of the design and opens up new applications, particularly in the contract sector.
In addition to the traditional chrome version, Montecarlo is now also available in a colour finish in all RAL colours, enhancing the range and extending interior design possibilities as well as further improving heat output.

Measurements:
The horizontal version measures 37,5 cm in height and 23 cm in depth and is available in three widths: 80, 100 and 120 cm. There are two heights for the vertical version (140 and 170 cm) which measures 37,5 cm in width and 23 cm in depth. The square version measures 50x50 with a depth of 23 cm.

  • Origin : ITALY
  • Materials : Stainless steel
  • Style : Design
  • Designer : Peter Jamieson
  • Date of creation : 2004
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