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Harp by Delta Calor
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Design Davide Vercelli

A sinuous and elegant silhouette is featured by Harp by Deltacalor, Italian brand leader in the radiator industry, the new hydraulic radiator that fascinates for its fluid and emotionally impacting design signed by Davide Vercelli. As the name suggests, Harp, with its dynamic and sensual shape, refers to the strings of a harp, thanks to the three-dimensionality and the asymmetrical arrangement of the wings that compose it, it seems to come to life in a harmonious play of light and shadow, as if to evoke the sweet wave that moves on the radiator.
The strength of this radiator is expressed in the union of sculptural aesthetics, technical innovation and high performance: the wings fixed on the steel radiating plate, increase the radiating surface and optimize air convection currents which increase the efficiency of the radiator. Thanks to Deltacalor’s technological innovation and design skills, Harp integrates form and function: the result is a product by the high visual impact that will enhance any environment and ensure comfort and well-being to those who live in it.
Harp belongs to IDEAS collection - which is made of unedited exclusive solutions able to excite thanks to the high aesthetic impact redefining the concept of radiator - and is proposed in the new wide color chart by Deltacalor focused on warm, neutral and material tones all available in a glossy (Glossy "), matt (" Matt ") or embossed (" coarse ") version, which allow high customization , making every space unique.

Sizes: Vertical Harp: 180x45 cm (hxl)



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