Located in the busy area between Hoxton, Islington and Shoreditch, the new nhow London is a picturesque open-house lifestyle hotel. It offers a unique experience where London as you know it, has been reloaded in an outstanding design hotel styled by renowned architect James Soane.
And in amongst the myriad of design features you can find examples from the Stelrad radiator portfolio – the Heavy Duty Planar design radiators, designed to withstand robust treatment.
“The heating in this incredible hotel is primarily via a commercial VRF system with exposed pipework as part of the building’s design,” says Stelrad’s Chris Harvey. “But in areas where additional heating is required, the designers have included our Heavy Duty Planar radiators to provide the warmth required. We’re delighted that our radiators were chosen for this project – its unlike any other hotel I’ve ever stayed at!”
Stelrad’s standard Planar design radiator has rapidly become a favourite within the commercial market. The Heavy Duty version offers the same slim, flat fronted good looks and exceptional performance as the standard Planar that has in particular been a big hit with new build housing developers. But this Heavy Duty Planar, is supplied with a one section, 3.2mm thick integrated steel fascia, with side panels and top grille, designed to survive in a busy commercial area.
“It’s important that we can provide radiators that meet specific functional requirements and the Heavy Duty Planar is an excellent example of what we can do,” says Head of Marketing, Chris Harvey. “In some applications, it’s clear that radiators might take more contact than you would normally associate with the product, so by making the casing more robust and able to take impact in its stride, but still continue to provide heat as designed, we are meeting the requirements of a wider potential marketplace.”
It’s quickly become a favourite providing exceptional service in business premises. Find out more at www.stelrad.com.