Scirocco has heated Italian homes for thirty years with radiators that combine aesthetics and functionality
Since 1989 Scirocco has been offering innovative design, materials and technologies, combining aesthetics and functionality. Scirocco H has added aesthetic value to the primary characteristic of a radiator – efficiency.
With Scirocco, radiators have become a piece of furniture worthy of display, thanks to their original design. Among the several Scirocco radiators, we can mention some iconic pieces from the first collections, such as Snake, with its unmistakable wavy shape, Graffe, inspired by paper clips, Winter, innovative brass towel warmer.
Among the latest products is Brick, a colorful modular brick that, just like building blocks, allows for different combinations and configurations.
New Dress, presented at Salone del Mobile 2016, is a radiator characterized by minimal lines, with a “chameleonic” heating body, perfect for any setting.
Donut is a steel decorative radiator whose geometric shape is inspired by the famous American cakes. With Donut, aesthetics and design meet, creating a unique product whose main “ingredients” are simple and minimal lines.
Being a historic product and one of the most popular Scirocco radiators, Tiffany deserves a special mention. Entirely made of cast iron, with big brass valves, in 2018 it became the symbol of a new collection, Style & Soul, inspired by Art Nouveau.
Scirocco H: aesthetics, functionality and innovation
Scirocco successfully operates also in the hospitality sector. Several Italian and international hotel chains, including JW Marriott, Mandarin Oriental, VIU Milan, and many architecture practices, such as Matteo Thun & partners, Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Partners, Studio Arassociati, use Scirocco H products for 5-star bathrooms.
In 2017 Scirocco H launched the Design Warm Contest
This is Italy’s first competition where designers and young talents are invited to present innovative concepts for decorative radiators. Different awards can be won, as well as the chance to have one’s project produced and available on the market.
Following the huge success of the first edition, 400 designers from all over Italy and 23 different countries took part in the second edition presenting high quality projects. [Text Giuliana Maio]