Their literature states "Radiators for Architecture" and their products are quite literally an architect's dream.
Visually they look like fabulous pieces of art, available in a multitude of finishes and colours.
Technically they operate at low temperature of 50 degrees C, ensuring uniform heat. Although most of the radiators are plumbed to the central heating system, electrical versions are also available. Remote valves and digital thermostats are also options on certain models.
Why we like them is because of their fantastic range of designs and extensive colour choice.
"Lame-Up" looks very much like a modern totem pole. Designed by Davide Brembilla, Rectangular tubes of differing heights are grouped together as 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 pieces and erected on a colour co-ordinated stand.
"Vision", designed by Luigi Brembilla is a 3 dimensional towel heater which as well as being available in differing sizes and colours, can be square or horizontal.
This unit can be plumbed or available as an electrical version. The valves are located at the back so as not to affect the aesthetic visual design.
While we have only showcased a few models here, go have a peak at the Brem website.
There are designs which incorporate lighting and mirrors.
If you want more information, and to see some of the range on show, go visit their UK stockist.