The CNH is a charitable heating system with a distinctly functional design that was made to provide heat for communities that are isolated geographically, and are low in resources.
The ceramic systems were revealed as part of Design Week Mexico, and feature two distinct designs including the Fire Ceramic Next and the Electric Ceramic Nest. The attractive modern design of the CNH system is not to overshadow its function, as it works to trap and conserve heat, and as a result releases that heat to warm its surroundings. Its functionality, physical size and practicality makes it the perfect item to improve the living conditions of those in isolated geographic communities.
These ceramic heating systems set an excellent precedent for other designers and companies to follow, so long as they are interested in low cost and sustainable ways of life and methods of production.