A unique personality for the maximum versatility of use.
“Sensuality and plasticity: these two distinctive traits are the basis of the planning idea of the Milano Free-standing radiator. Its sinuous and sculptural body synthesizes the desire for formal experimentation in the field of the furnishing radiating element. These are characteristics which make this an integrating and characterizing part of interior design in its most single meaning. From isolated component of a purely formal connotation to a real instrument which defines spaces”.
Milano Free-standing is a heating object characterized by a unique personality and by maximum versatility of use since it requires no installation. Indeed, thanks to its freestanding nature, it can be positioned anywhere in a room, thereby becoming its undisputed protagonist.
Equipped with a special support at the base, it is distinguishes by the sculptural appearance and it is ideal for creating very effective compositive solutions, around which the interior project can be designed. Milano Free-standing offers a wide range of furnishing possibilities, even outside the residential environment, and it is the ideal element that adds a touch of artistic elegance to any setting.
It is made of modular elements of 13x25,8 cm (height x maximum width) and it is available in over 260 finishes, besides the new transparent painted natural steel finish.
The high innovation level of design in Milano Free-standing is confirmed by the curators of the Die Neue Sammlung - The International Design Museum Munich, who have selected it for the design permanent collection of the museum.
Today Milano Free-standing becomes part of the new Plug&Play collection presented by Tubes on the occasion of the Salone del Mobile 2018. This collection marks the starting point of the unprecedented concept of personal warmth: the heating objects, free from installation constraints, go beyond the static nature of architecture and open up to the human dimension which, by definition, is in constant movement and evolution.