While the classic design that Milano Horizontal revives is a recent one — Tubes originally debuted the appliance in 2006 — it gives off a retro-futuristic 1960s vibe. Designed by Antonia Astori and Nicola De Ponti, the (electric) 2021 version comes with an on/off touch control that also allows temperature adjustment and Wi-Fi–thermostat connectivity. All this functionality, along with the piece’s new horizontal form, means it can be installed virtually anywhere, even a few inches off the ground, as it won’t overheat walls or floors.
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