The extremely flat surface, the closed finish all round and the gently tapering silhouette — RUNTAL FOLIO HYBRID 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 materials. The combination of a glossy and a matt surface allows the technology behind it to shine through: an electrically operated infrared heating element made of glass is located in the middle of the designer radiator, the rapid reaction time of which enables drying or warming of towels in the shortest time possible. The surrounding designer radiator is connected to the central heating and provides cosy warmth in the room. With up to two chrome-plated towel rails, RUNTAL FOLIO HYBRID also lends maximum style and comfort to the bathroom. RUNTAL FOLIO HYBRID — the best of two heating philosophies.
Due to the combination of two designer radiators, the RUNTAL FOLIO HYBRID is both energy-saving and fl exible, making it practical throughout the whole year: the hot water radiator ensures evenly heated rooms while the electrically operated infrared heating element, which can be switched on separately, enables both short-term drying and pre-warming of towels – even in the summer months. The timer function can be used to control the designer radiator in three diff erent settings: 30, 60 or 90 minutes. RUNTAL FOLIO HYBRID is designed not only for connecting to the central heating but also for electric operation. Additional convenience is provided by a towel rail that lends the designer radiator a practical aspect. The designer radiator is available in white and black.
2×½" bottom connections, connection dimension 50 mm
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.