🇨🇿 Prague, apartment near Prague Castle, Anuova Line radiators

There are steel multicolumn radiators Anuova installed in this beautiful apartment with stunning view of Petrin Gardens. You will find finest radiators in light grey finish fitted to the color design of the room in the apartment. The apartment is inside of fully renovated old town house originally built in the 17th century, directly in the city centre of Prague few minutes walk from the Prague Castle.

🇨🇿 Brno, K1 steakhouse, Anuova Line and Juliet

There are 21 pcs of Anuova Line and 1 cast iron radiator Juliet installed in this famous steak house restaurant K1 in Brno. The main focus in this project was set to the high and very thin width of the radiators. We made 2m height multi column radiators in special Anthrazite grey fine structure. All radiators only with 3-5 elements each. All radiators are installed on the column walls between big industrial designed glas walls. The radiators are partially equipped with clothes hooks, especially made for this project. There is also one massive cast iron radiator Juliet, covering the heating loss in the entrance area.

🇨🇭Haus Zur Sommerau, Bergstrasse, Uetikon am See, Biaxo cast iron radiators

Brief story:

There are 18 cast iron radiators Biaxo and 18 Anuova steel multi column radiators installed in fully renovated historical house Zur Sommerau in Uetikon am See. The radiators were painted on architect’s request in NCS Colors to fit 100% into the interior. Radiators are connected on the heating system with manual Retro wheel valves. The historical house was designed in 1902 by the architect Karl August Veit, an architect of the Weissenrain schoolhouse. The schoolhouse and the house Zur Sommerau shares a strong resemblance together – both are realised in the historical style from  the beginning of 20th century.


🇨🇿 Prague, Míšenská 7, Anuova Line radiators

A unique project called Míšeňská 7 was implemented in Prague’s Lesser Town, thanks to which non-traditional exclusive housing was created. In all the house are cast iron radiators Anuova Line with automatic thermostatic valves .
Míšeňská Street is one of the best-preserved Baroque buildings in Prague, and it was here that a demanding and yet very sensitive reconstruction of two neighboring Baroque houses took place, thanks to which three hundred years of history merged with the present. The original Baroque buildings perfectly complement contemporary timeless materials and modern technologies. The apartments have a usable area of 80 – 250 m2. There are three non-residential premises on the ground floor.