Take the heater with you to bed!
Danish designer Anna Gotha has developed a cute heating device that you can really take with you to bed or, say, to a winter picnic in a snowdrift.
Why can't you get even more benefit from the heat generated by the radiator? Anna tried to find an answer to this question by creating a heater with many functions.
Existing heaters take up too much space and tend to look somewhat conservative. With her new invention, Anna brings functional warmth in a more useful and simpler design. The radiator is called "Modulo" and it is a new way of using heat. You can combine, remove and add "modules" as you like, and also hide them in the wardrobe when you want to change the situation or just use the floor space more useful. For example, wash it properly - the heater will no longer get in the way.
But besides this, the heater can do something else.
The device is hidden in an aluminum case, so you can fit it to furniture, why is a heated chair bad? The body is heated by a radiator, so you can take it with you in the cold or warm up your bed at night.
Anna tried to combine technique with aesthetics, and at the same time create a design that expands the usual framework of the device and gives scope for the possibility of variation and modeling. The result is an aesthetic radiator with many functions and designs that can be individually adjusted.