Priestman Goode director Paul Priestman has created his second range of radiators for Bisque, called Hot Hoop, which will be launched at London’s 100% Design show in September. Influenced by ‘the pure form of the circle’, the radiators are wall-mounted and constructed from a stainless steel tube that is looped into four rings. ‘Hot Hoop is highly functional yet, like a piece of jewellery, it is also an object of desire,’ he claims. Available exclusively from Bisque in three diameters of 500, 700 and 900mm, Hot Hoop can be mounted singly or arranged in groups.
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