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Eskimo Design / Column radiators

Sustainable Futures: Renewable Bamboo

  By now most of us are aware of what a fantastic renewable resource Bamboo is. Especially this day an age where we are looking to make smart, sustainable choices in terms of materials and the impact that we have on our environment. This ancient grass has been developed as a material for over a millennia and now manufacturers and consumer groups alike are catching up as to the benefits of this incredible plant. The potential for bamboo to have a positive...

Tremendous trotters for floor mounted Column radiators

Who loves London's Battersea Power Station? We do. The Art Deco architecture fills us with joy whenever we pass by its Herculean, yet glamorous, presence. It's clear that Eskimo's Product Design Engineers, were hugely inspired by the Power Station's form, as soon as you are introduced to the feet, designed for our floor mounted Column radiators. Eskimo already design beautiful, simplistic, clean lined legs for our floor mounted RON radiator range, Leggy RON. But this time, we felt that Column’s form required...

Sublimation for the Nation

The art of sublimation is an enchanting performance that requires a potent combination of surface finish and product understanding, skill and creativity. In order to avoid 'naff' outcomes. The selected sublimation surface finishes of Eskimo's RON and Leggy RON column radiators, are a result of this beautiful art and offers you three stunning, unique options, created by one of our 'Eskimo expert' teams. In the search for the best, we found Dom Such from One LBJ, who is pretty damn amazing at what he...

Column, sounds like Gollum – What’s different about eskimo’s COLUMN radiator?

Radiators. When you first think of them you probably visualise large, heavy ornate, traditional columns on sturdy feet. Then you start picturing those unsightly 80s versions but let's not go there. The Victorians, and later, the Edwardians, had a preference for decorative elegance with intricate scrolled details adorning heavy iron cast column radiators. They were quite something. Sadly, not so long ago, they were often discarded with distain and relegated to the skips and scrap yards, considered archaic in style....