Step-by-Step and Plug&Play at ISH

Ludovica+Roberto Palomba stand hosts the Tubes collections

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Step-by-Step and Plug&Play at ISH
12/03/2019 - Tubes Radiatori takes part in the 2019 edition of ISH (Hall 3.0 - Booth B82). Among the protagonists of the stand curated by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba there are Step-by-Step, the new Plug&Play collection, along with some iconic products from the Elements collection.

Tubes is famous for having launched Elements in 2004, which truly revolutionised the industry, whereby the radiator became an icon of design with a strong personality, an item to display made with painstaking care for aesthetic details. The concept of Step-by-Step springs from an aluminum module with a surface made of pleated elliptical elements, tilting towards the left or the right.‎ Depending on their layout and on the observer's perspective, charming games of light can be created, as well as visual effects that evoke completely different emotions: from a slight sense of motion to a monumental architectural feature.‎ Tubes, Step-by-Step

Tubes, Step-by-Step

In addition to Step-by-Step, designed by Alberto Meda, the Tubes booth at ISH will involve a strong presence of the Plug&Play collection, which marked another significant milestone in the brand’s history in 2018. A new family of products with which Tubes embraced a particular market request and launched a new concept of portable designer heating, an unprecedented ‘personal heat’ concept that is detached from architectural wall application and approaches the human element, which by nature is constantly in motion. The main characteristic of the Plug&Play collection by Tubes is the combination of transportability with high aesthetic and impeccable design.

Not requiring installation, EveAstroOrigamiMilano Free-standingSquare bench and Scaletta are heating elements offering easy changes in position and intended use. What’s more, in addition to heating, each product can boast a dual function making it possible to use them throughout the year, even in warmer weather (such as to purify air, to separate or to light settings, for instance).

Tubes Radiatori on ARCHIPRODUCTSTubes, Astro_photo by Federico Marin

Tubes, Astro_photo by Federico Marin

Tubes, Astro_photo by Federico Marin

Tubes, Astro_photo by Federico Marin

Tubes, Eve_photo by Federico Marin

Tubes, Eve_photo by Federico Marin

Tubes, Eve_photo by Federico Marin

Tubes, Eve_photo by Federico Marin

Tubes, Milano Free-standing_photo by Max Zambelli

Tubes, Milano Free-standing_photo by Max Zambelli

Tubes, Milano Free-standing_photo by Max Zambelli

Tubes, Milano Free-standing_photo by Max Zambelli

Tubes, Origami_photo by Federico Marin

Tubes, Origami_photo by Federico Marin

Tubes, Scaletta_photo by Max Zambelli

Tubes, Scaletta_photo by Max Zambelli

Tubes, Scaletta_photo by Max Zambelli

Tubes, Scaletta_photo by Max Zambelli

Tubes, Square Bench_photo by Max Zambelli

Tubes, Square Bench_photo by Max Zambelli

Tubes, Square Bench_photo by Max Zambelli

Tubes, Square Bench_photo by Max Zambelli

Tubes, Step-by-Step_photo by Federico Marin

Tubes, Step-by-Step_photo by Federico Marin

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