Modulo Heater.

Written by Thomas Baekdal | Wednesday, October 03, 2007

The talented designer Anna Gotha has reinvented the heater. She has combined style with portability - something you rarely see with home heating systems.

"Modulo" is a heating system built using several relatively small modules. Covered with fabric to aid the decorative look and designed in a exciting shape. It can be disassembled and reorganized anyway you want.

But the most interesting part is that each module is fitted with quick-shut valves - meaning that you can detach a module and bring it with you. You will never have to be cold again. Take it with you into your bed at night, put it in your hammock, or lean against it with a hot cup of cocoa on a cold winter night.

This is just a brilliant example of using modern design and technology to make our life a little more comfortable.

(Photos: Mikkel Mortensen, Yellows)

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