The Magic Block Fireplace Lets You Increase Heat with Additional Units

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 5, 2012 • References: yankodesign
The dial that you would normally find on a typical electric radiator has been replaced with a revolutionary system of controlling temperature in the Magic Block Fireplace. Hong Xiang's invention comprises a collection of hexagonal shaped heating modules that can be arranged adjacently on a wall in whatever number is necessary.

For a single room, one might only require a cluster of three units in order to achieve a comfortably toasty environment. Perhaps the modules might even be installed against different walls. According to the designer's calculations, a house of 100 square meters in area should only require 10 Magic Block Fireplace throughout the various spaces. This would bring sufficient warmth to the interior in temperature and modern ornamentation. Stats for Honeycomb Modular Hearths Trending: Older & Mild
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