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Daikin's Feel For Modern Design Awarded With Red Dot Design Award 2020

The Daikin Altherma HPC heat emitter is one of the winners of the Red Dot Design Award 2020. The unit won in the category of Product Design: heating and air conditioning technology. It combines both heating and cooling, and simply replaces outdated radiators. The design of the Daikin Altherma HPC heat emitter has undergone a spectacular metamorphosis in less than 10 years, giving it a modern look. With this exquisite design, Daikin aims to make its heat emitters (and heat pumps) nice to look at. Its design and use match the houses of the future.

The Daikin Altherma HPC heat emitter is not just an ordinary heat emitter. It can synergize well with heat pumps. Those heat pumps can cool or heat, depending on what's needed. The unit is also compatible with underfloor piping and can thus replace outdated radiators. The floor standing Daikin Altherma HPC heat emitter won the award. But the emitter is also available in a wall mounted or concealed application, meaning it can perfectly fit in the design of the house. With a depth of only 135 mm, the emitter fits in every home or apartment.

Its innovative appearance and modern design are important factors that played a role in winning the Red Dot Design Award 2020. Daikin's feel for design exists in response to their customers' needs. In less than 10 years, the Daikin Altherma HPC heat emitter has become a heat emitter that is not only easy to use, but also has an exquisite and future-proof design.

The Red Dot Design Award is an international design prize, first awarded in 1955. It has three different disciplines (Product Design, Brands & Communication, Design Concept). Winning products are displayed in the Red Dot Design Museum in Essen, Germany. This year, over 6500 products were registered for the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2020, coming from 60 countries.



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