Bye-bye to plain vanilla
by Thomas Edelmann | 3/22/2017
Get rid of those old bulky things and bring in new design radiators – for example colorful ones with a matt finish or specially backlit.
Tubes Radiatori srl
Via Boscalto 32
31023 Resana (TV)
T: +39 0423 7161
F: +39 0423 715050
Heavy investments in human resources and constant research on alternative materials and new technologies, with a view to achieving a perfect balance in terms of utmost energy efficiency and aesthetics. By introducing radiators that look more like architectural elements than system components, Tubes has revolutionized the conventional concept of heaters, making them play a leading role in interior design and thus no longer restricted to satisfying heating requirements.
Tubes Radiatori is the development of an entrepreneurial reality that boasts twenty years’ experience in the radiator and heated towel rail sector. The company is located in the heart of Northeast Italy and all production takes place in the traditional headquarters in Resana, in the province of Treviso. From its inception, in 1994, it has shown its awareness of the expectations of the market. Tubes Radiatori has focussed on innovation to create its own clear identity, undertaking an intense technical and aesthetic research, carried out simultaneously on materials, working methods, forms and dimensions.
The evolution of Tubes has been a rapid journey marked by milestones which rank it as a pioneer in its field: the Basics collection was followed by the Extras collection, where greater significance was given to the design aspect, giving the heating body the quality of interior décor item, right through to the collection that represents a genuine revolution in the radiator market: a new radiator concept is expressed in Elements, the art direction of which is down to Ludovica+Roberto Palomba. This collection combines projects where the radiator, reinterpreted by internationally acclaimed designers, is conceived as an element of the architectural structure, with a strong personality and furnishing ability thanks also to its extensive modularity and customisation possibilities.
Tubes Radiatori recently focused its research on identifying unprecedented electrical solutions, which respond to a specific design requirement and market request: simplicity of installation and the possibility of changing the position of the radiator. These studies have led to the conception of products presented at the Salone del Bagno 2014 bathroom show: Kangeri Nomadic Radiator by Satyendra Pakhalé, Scaletta by Elisa Giovannoni and Rift by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba with Matteo Fiorini.