designer's own words:'Halo' The radiator can be positioned so the wing can have a dramatic curved top edge, a traditional nearly horizontal topside, or alternatively it can be tilted so it touches the floor. The opening at the heart of the wing can go through a wall, house a light, or have a solid backing (Interchangeable unheated rear panel) to expand the range and allow the Halo to respond to customer requirements. Halo connects to the central heating either through a flexible polyethylene pipe within the wall void (Through an insulated sleeve) or a more conventional wall terminal behind the cantilevered wing form. The unit is installed by sliding the wing side into the prepared wall slot, if it opens onto a space beyond the wall, then a metal trim clips on and secures the radiator in place, from the other side. 'Reveal' Radiators traditionally can be found beneath a window and the design takes its main inspiration from this relationship. The radiating element becomes the reveal in front of and framing a window, focusing attention on the quality of light pouring into the space. The design offers a calm simplification to a window setting and a seamless solution to heating a room.