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Winning radiators of the future


After parsing a whopping 3,200+ entries, the designboom mediated contest (prizes put up by Bisque Radiators) to find the top radiator design of the future, has a winner!  Leo Salzedo made the Archibald, a radiator shaped like clotheshangers.  This not only saves space in a tiny flat, but lets you put  four collared shirts, five T-shirts, three jackets, five bath towels, four pairs of pants, and two robes somewhere out of your closet.  Not only will your room be warm, your clothes will be toasty when you put them on (and less wrinkled, cutting down on ironing).  The overall contest entries were so stellar the judges expanded the number of prizes to six from three.  [GT]

Radiators of the future [via Popgadget]

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February 19, 2007 in Green gadgets | Permalink


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