The LINE series brings carbon-neutral options and new materials to ventilation
The new LINE collection of supply and exhaust air valves for residential ventilation are available in never-before-seen materials such as Accoya wood and opal glass, in addition to painted steel. The valves can be adapted to the style of your own home with the help of the LINEb customization part. The Accoya pine used in the valves is high-quality material. The raw wood is sourced from sustainably cultivated, certified pine forests. The wooden LINEs are the first carbon-neutral ventilation valves.
LINE was developed as part of the interior in collaboration with interior designer Minna Haapakoski. The minimalist design of the round and square-shaped valves is timeless and easy to apply. We developed the technical operation of the products. The valves, which ensure quiet and draft-free ventilation, are proven not to leave a ring of dirt that accumulates around the device. This is an important feature for the cleanliness of the apartment.
Diffusers developed in collaboration with architects
We have a long history of product development projects carried out in cooperation with architects. The light-constructed suspended ceiling diffuser HALO will be presented at the stand. Jaakko Hassi and his team from Architects Soini & Horto designed the appearance of the diffuser. We realized the technical side of the device.
The streamlined wall diffuser VIVA can be mounted in a unified row, you can see an example in the “doorway” of our department. Identical supply and exhaust air diffusers and the blind parts placed are visually aligned. In this way, the entire space will look harmonious and the ventilation works.
VIVA’s design was created by the award-winning interior architect Teemu Saukkonen. Climecon transformed the design into a top-class ventilation device. VIVA’s design earned an honorable mention in the international European Product Design Awards design competition.