Published on : Monday, February 21, 2022
CEADESIGN with the ARIACHIARA project, designed by Natalino Malasorti, revolutionises the concept of air de-stratification. Adjuvants of cooling and heating systems, the blades act as a tool to improve the quality of the air inside the rooms for a natural well-being. Reduced consumption, high performance and flexibility of application are some of the main characteristics of this product.
A fan with a diameter of 2100 mm, operating at five speeds adjustable by means of the supplied remote control. The ceiling anchoring element, made of AISI 316L stainless steel satin or polished finishand in all CEA’s special finishes (Black Diamond, Bronze, Copper and Light Gold), contains the motor; while the three blades, particularly long and sinuous, are made of carbon fiber layers alternated to Oak wood or Canaletto Walnut sheets, available in natural wood finish, matt white or matt black lacquer.Can be used in a clockwise and anti-clockwise rotation.
ARIACHIARA combines multiple layers of air stratification with air purification, lighting and music. Purifying the air through an ionization and ozonation system means breaking down virus, bacteria, allergens, carbon monoxide (PM 2.5 and PM 10) and odors (e.g. smoke) from the environment, thus purifying the air you breathe and improving the sense of well-being. Ideal in environments of conviviality, ARIACHIARA was created to also perform the function of diffused light emitted by an LED system at 4000 degrees Kelvin (natural daylight) and at the same time suffused, almost as a courtesy light, to support punctual lighting in the rooms. In light, it is also possible to combine music, always with a background function, designed to accompany every moment of relaxation.
The ceiling fans of the ARIACHIARA collection have obtained the CB Certification, in accordance with European safety standards, and a Tropical Class T certificate which certifies their suitability for operation in settings with temperatures between 10 °C and 43 °C.
ARIACHIARA is one of the winners of the Archiproducts Design Awards 2019 in the System, Components and Materials category.