A New Spin on the Fan — Yanko Design

Ceiling fans do a great job of circulating cool air during the summer and moving hot air that has risen during the winter. However, they’re not practical in compact spaces with low ceilings and… well… they’re just plain ugly. Torus was designed with this two factors in mind and brings the same fan circulating functionality to places where a ceiling fan won’t fit logistically or aesthetically!

The blade-less design sits high with its circulating unit placed at the very top where it can either circulate cool air below or move hot air above. To do this, the multidirectional fan is capable of spinning both ways. As a bonus, it features integrated LED lights making it double as a floor lamp!

Designer: Byeongjun Kim

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Ceiling fans do a great job of circulating cool air during the summer and moving hot air that has risen during the winter. However, they’re not practical in compact spaces with low ceilings and… well… they’re just plain ugly. Torus was designed with this two factors in mind and brings the same fan circulating functionality…

[Reblogged] via A New Spin on the Fan — Yanko Design

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