The extremely flat surface, the closed edge all round and the gently tapering silhouette — RUNTAL FOLIO CORNER appeals with its unusually light and floating appearance. The design of this radiator, which has a projection of only 16 millimetres, has only been made possible by the development of novel design elements and composites. The strikingly flat shape of the RUNTAL FOLIO CORNER is a result of innovative heating technology. Depending on the material and colour, it either integrates harmoniously into the bathroom environment or forms a complementary accessory to it. Rounded corners, either one or two towel holders and finishes made from oak, wenge, high-grade macassar or anodised aluminium allow the heat to flow into the room elegantly and efficiently. RUNTAL FOLIO CORN ER — Our lightest radiator ever.
The Runtal Folio Corner is characterised by its compact design, lightness of form as well as its closed edge all round. Depending on its height, it is equipped with one or two chrome-plated towel rails that are open to one side, in order to allow the towels to be hung up easily. Runtal Folio Corner is designed both for connection to the hot water central heating and for purely electric operation with a programmable control unit and, optionally, with conventional connections as well as a completely newly developed, integrated valve variant.
FC (without integrated valve technology)
FCK with integrated valve technology)
FCE (electric only)
For hot water central heating, flow/return behind radiator for connection to connection box at rear consisting of connection fitting with connection dimension 50 mm, integrated handwheel underneath radiator, optional flow/return 1/2” at bottom vertical, with 50 mm central connection, air vent to rear
PERRY KING & SANTIAGO MIRANDA (int)
Englishman Perry A. King and Spaniard Santiago Miranda rank among the most prominent names on the international design scene. Since founding their own studio, “King-Miranda Associati”, in Milan in 1976, they have worked for an international clientele as architects, interior designers and product designers. Their distinctive style combines functional and technological innovation with cultural and emotional connotations. King-Miranda are the authors of numerous publications, jurors in international design competitions, and active participants in research and teaching. King was awarded the distinction of Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) in 2000 by The Royal Society of Arts, London and Miranda received the Premio Nacional de Diseño Español in 1989 and Premio Andalucia de Diseño in 1995.