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01. 08. 2008

Cheap heating solution with the Natural Wave

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Using a conventional hot-water radiator to carry you through the winter months? Then why not use it to keep your coffee warm as well? Well, we are referring to the Natural Wave ceramic plate, which is a cool concept to keep your drinks and snacks hot during winter. Conceptualized by designer Byung-seok You, the Natural Wave ceramic plate snugly fits into the upper side of old-style radiators to provide a base for snacks or beverages that you would want to keep warm. A simple, cost-efficient way of energy reuse that can also camouflage an ugly looking radiator.

Via Yanko Design.

Posted by kanchana    Category: eco | home
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