Using radiators as an art form

Published:  09 December, 2007

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Look closely at the object on the wall at the far end of this room. Believe it or not, it’s a radiator. Its manufacturer, Jaga Heating Products, describes it as ‘the beautiful Heatwave radiator’.

This eye-catching baroque-style radiator is made of concrete resin and glass fibre reinforced with aluminium. It comprises a series of four interconnecting shapes that can be arranged and extended to create individual designs. They are available in stone grey or matt black.

For more information on this story, click here:Dec 2007, 84

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