Milano Free-Standing

Milano Free-Standing

2006
Operation mode: Plug&Play
Milano Free-standing is a steel heating body distinguished by a unique personality and maximum versatility of use since it requires no installation. Indeed, owing to its self-supporting nature, it can be positioned anywhere in a room, thereby becoming its undisputed star.

It is electric and fitted with a special support at the base, and it stands out for its sculptural appearance, perfect for creating very effective composition solutions, to build the ideal interior design around it. Milano Free-standing offers an extensive range of furnishing possibilities, also outside residential environments, and it is the ideal feature to add a touch of artistic elegance to any setting.

The superior degree of innovation in the design of Milano has been confirmed by the curators of the Die Neue Sammlung - The International Design Museum Munich, who have selected it for their permanent design collection.
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Relais Cocci Grifoni
RĂ©sidentiel Dupuis

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ASTORI DE PONTI ASSOCIATI
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