Evesham, Worcestershire (PRWEB UK) 28 February 2013
Daniel Becker started becoming known for his work and designs back in 2008. However, as the years have gone by, his work has started to come to the forefront of the design industry featuring in numerous publications and exhibitions.
The latest news sees Becker being nominated for an Interior Innovation Award at [D3] Contest in January 2013. This is the first WoodburnerWorld had heard of Daniel, but their curiosity has got the best of them and they’ve really started looking into his work...
“All of his work is brilliant, but it goes without saying that the ‘Berlin’ stove tile design is what we’re really amazed by,” explains Paul Dickinson. “We were aware of the old style of tile design – the original German stove tiles – but Becker has reworked this into something that is modern, aesthetic and even more efficient than its predecessor. This boasts so many advantages over the original and with no price increase between the two; it truly is a spectacular piece of design work.”
The original German tiles for stoves were built thickly in order to aid with the absorption and transfer of heat from the stove. The new ‘Berlin’ tiles have been reworked and textured in order to provide a larger surface area per tile which equates to more efficient ambient heat transfer. This coupled with the “intuitive” pattern that creates optical illusions under different lighting conditions makes for a unique and fascinating centre-piece in any room.
WoodburnerWorld will most likely be making enquiries very soon as to the availability and pricing of these Berlin stove tiles... “We have a strong feeling that some of our customers would relish the opportunity to increase the efficiency of their stove’s heat output whilst improving the look of a room simultaneously.”
Original Source: Co.Design – Stove Tiles Designed To Heat The Room Around Them
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