antrax IT presents sculptural 'android' radiator designed by daniel libeskind
 

antrax IT presents sculptural 'android' radiator designed by daniel libeskind

designed by daniel libeskind for antrax IT, ‘android’ is a sculptural radiator made from a 100% recyclable plate. this ‘metal page’ has been folded to create a dynamic sequence of angles and lines that create shadows and chiaroscuro effects that emphasize its unique composition. conceived as a piece of sculpture rather than a simple radiator, ‘android’ has been designed to enhance the appeal of homes, offices, and even hotels.

antrax IT presents sculptural 'android' radiator designed by daniel libeskind
the ‘android’ radiator in black

 

 

antrax IT collaborates with renowned names in the creative industry on the manufacture of customizable radiators for interior furnishings that combine technology, energy savings and sustainability. the daniel libeskind-designed radiator can be installed both horizontally and vertically, complementing any interior setting.

 

another model ‘android IQ’ is a more sophisticated version, where the upper profile has been cut diagonally and further emphasizes the product design. both versions can be accessorized with a dedicated steel towel rail, making them perfect for use in the bathroom. the rail’s shape is a continuation of the radiator, emphasizing its expressive impact. the product is available in over 200 color variants from the antrax IT color chart.

antrax IT presents sculptural 'android' radiator designed by daniel libeskind
a dynamic sequence of angles and lines has been created

 

 

‘antrax IT is a company interested in creativity and innovation — in doing something with the environment that is sustainable, that is beautiful,’ libeskind says about his collaboration with the brand. ‘to create this project is to really create a sculpture, to create a work of art, but this work of art has a technical use, which is very functional and distributes the heat very well. ‘android’ is also something beautiful on the wall, rather than something just put there, which is separated from the wall. you can have a white-on-white composition, grey-on-grey — there are hundreds of different colors you can make. so you can create, also out of the modules, a composition yourself, which will really enhance the interior space in which this radiator is standing.’

antrax IT presents sculptural 'android' radiator designed by daniel libeskind
the product can be mounted horizontally or vertically

 

 

however, it is not just the radiator’s distinctive form that is innovative. ‘android’ also boasts technology that ensures high heating efficiency. its operation requires very limited water content, which is guaranteed by a circuit that the manufacturer has patented. this ensures that the product is fully operational very quickly and ready to accomplish considerable energy savings. furthermore, the use of 100% recyclable material underscores the company’s commitment to addressing sustainability issues. 

antrax IT presents sculptural 'android' radiator designed by daniel libeskind
an optional towel rail means that the radiator can be used in the bathroom

antrax IT presents sculptural 'android' radiator designed by daniel libeskind
the rail’s shape is a continuation of the radiator, emphasizing its expressive impact

antrax IT presents sculptural 'android' radiator designed by daniel libeskind
‘android’ is available in over 200 colors, including white

antrax IT android radiator
the product has been conceived as a sculpture rather than a simple radiator

 

 

project info:

 

name: android
company: antrax IT
design: daniel libeskind

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