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Following on from the success at the last edition, Tubes returns to Casa Decor, the interior design, trend and lifestyle exhibition held each year in Madrid since 1992.

Tubes radiators have been picked by major architects studios in Madrid and included in three different settings within Casa de Tomás Allende, a historic building in Spain’s capital, which is playing host to Casa Decor 2021, and that stands out for its beauty and eclectic style. 

Studio Dosde Interiorismo has included the MILANO/horizontal radiator, the evolution of the iconic Milano designed by Antonia Astori and Nicola De Ponti, in a kitchen that brings together various different textures, colours and materials.

The interior designers Beatriz Sánchez and Eva Martín decided to position MILANO/horizontal under a large window, in the floor installation version. Thus, with its sinuous shapes and sculptural appearance, MILANO/horizontal succeeds in emphasising a space that designers often neglect.

In addition, in the large bathroom designed by Devesa & Agenjo Interiorismo for Jacob Delafon, the starring role is played by EVE, the heating and luminous sphere designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba. Eve, here in the matt gold version, affords a sense of elegant peace and quiet thanks to its warm, diffused light.

This setting also includes the new SOHO/electrical with three elements in the bronze anodised finish. This radiator is the natural evolution of Soho, designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba, and it is now available in a high energy-efficiency electrical version. 

Finally, the interior designers Marta Melián and Claudia Ribagorda picked out RIFT/reverse the matt cream white finish for the bathroom space by Studio Mo. The Rift radiator, designed by designers Ludovica+Roberto Palomba with Matteo Fiorini, is presented in an even more functional electrical version and embellished with a gold finish towel rail, transforming thus into a veritable heating shelf.

In the 2021 Casa Decor edition, each one of these products demonstrates to blend in with the architecture of a setting, providing much more than a heating function, but also design features to decorate corners of interior design in both domestic and contract environments.

Progetto Studio by Mo e progetto by Devesa&Agenjo: PH. Nacho Uribesalazar
Progetto by Dosde interiorismo: PH. Luis Hevia


From the 13th May to the 27th June
Casa de Tomás Allende
Plaza de Canalejas 3, Madrid