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Posts tagged as 'Tubes'

Wed 25.11.

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Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.11.2015 - Tagged as: , ,

Supported by a line of accessories that include shelving and heated towel rails, ‘Rift’ is ideal for specification in a range of spaces, including living rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms; photo: Max Zambelli

Supported by a line of accessories that include shelving and heated towel rails, ‘Rift’ is ideal for specification in a range of spaces, including living rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms; photo: Max Zambelli

Premium Italian radiator brand TUBES, known for its collaboration with big-name designers and its striking, sculptural products, turns the heat up once again with the launch of its new ‘RIFT’ radiator, the ultimate in customisation and flexible planning. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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Tue 7.7.

Tubes adds special finishes to its collection

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.07.2015 - Tagged as: , , ,

Soho, designed by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, embellished with an anodised finish, available in black, titanium and silver

Soho, designed by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, embellished with an anodised finish, available in black, titanium and silver

Tubes Radiatori, makers of radiators as design objects, has supplemented its existing wide range of available finishes with a series of stylish special finishes for its collection.

 

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Modularity combined with superlative energy-saving credentials underpin Tubes' formally expressive 'Agorà' radiator system, designed by Nicola de Ponti

Modularity combined with superlative energy-saving credentials underpin Tubes’ formally expressive ‘Agorà’ radiator system, designed by Nicola de Ponti

‘Products developed for architecture’ is how Italian brand Tubes describes its striking, resolutely sculptural radiators and towel rails, designed to shape the interior landscape as well as heat it. The manufacturer’s story is one of a steadfast commitment to innovation and design, transforming heating into an art form. Come on in from the cold. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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