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Cosy Chair

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Sede
Berlin
Anno
2008
Cliente
Droog Design

Cosy Chair replaces the mono-functional wall mounted radiator in form of a piece of comfortable furniture that heats locally right where one might sit and rest for a cup of tea, to read a book or watch TV. The Cosy Chair cuts energy consumption by providing a field of differentiated temperatures and heating right where the warmth is used instead of heating the whole volume of the space equally. It is made of fifty meter bent stainless steel tubing that plug via an elastic hose into the regular heating system of a building.

Project Team:
Sabine Müller, Andreas Quednau, Ludovica Rogers

Materials:
Polished steel tube, stainless steel mesh hose

Exhibitions:
Exhibited at Venice Biennale, 11th International Architecture Exhibition Out There - Architecture Beyond Building, S1NGLETOWN Exhibition

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