Using radiators as an art form

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Look closely at the object on the wall at the far end of this room. Believe it or not, it’s a radiator. Its manufacturer, Jaga Heating Products, describes it as ‘the beautiful Heatwave radiator’. This eye-catching baroque-style radiator is made of concrete resin and glass fibre reinforced with aluminium. It comprises a series of four interconnecting shapes that can be arranged and extended to create individual designs. They are available in stone grey or matt black.
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