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KANGERI Nomadic Radiator – Satyendra Pakhalé / Salone Del Mobile Milano 2014

Apr 15, 2014
After a lot of research, artist Satyendra Pakhalé & TUBES Radiatori are proud to present their new creation : the Kangeri Nomadic Radiator. They launched it last week during the Salone del Mobile Milano 2014.This new innovative product is a mobile radiator designed to warm up the user and his...
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After a lot of research, artist Satyendra Pakhalé & TUBES Radiatori are proud to present their new creation : the Kangeri Nomadic Radiator. They launched it last week during the Salone del Mobile Milano 2014.

This new innovative product is a mobile radiator designed to warm up the user and his space in a better way than central heating that consumes a lot of energy. It’s perfectly useful when you just want to heat the place where you stand at the moment and not especially the entire house.

This little new user’s companion is made of aluminium and oak wood. It can be moved easily wherever you need it and create instantly a pleasant zone of warmth.

” My curiosity led me to create a contemporary object for warming up the space closely surrounding the user that applies the technology of today and brings back poetic imagination to an object of utility – this is how Kangeri Nomadic Radiator was conceived.” 

– Satyendra Pakhalé

Kangeri Nomadic Radiator from Satyendra Pakhalé Associates on Vimeo.

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