This porcelain heater features an unconventional fabric that's used to heat up large spaces without sacrificing visual design.
'The Woven Heater' was created by the team from 'ENSCI Institute in France' to take a common item like the radiator and upgrade it using more efficient design techniques. This radiator uses porcelain -- with the addition of a heating wire -- to diffuse heat. The pieces of porcelain are woven together to create a breathable design. This design allows for the air to travel faster by passing through the woven openings.
An additional benefit of using porcelain means that it can be manufactured in a variety of different colors -- adapting to the decor of any room. The different gradients of the design create a piece that is not only highly functional but also visually stunning.
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