There used to be an art to radiator design, decorative embellishments on an otherwise functional heating fixture. Contemporary radiators sometimes replicate antiques but few have gone so far as to make them into virtual works of modern art or multifunctional units that also serve other functions as mirrors and shelving units.
Some of the radiators by Irsap are simply made to look interesting, with undulating metal waves or crisscrossing lines that seem to disguise the underlying function of the products.
Others of their designs have quirky twists but still show their basic purpose despite also serving as a mirror or framing a piece of their hidden workings or the walls they hang on, making fascinating decorative pieces for living rooms and functional storage spaces or mirrored services for bathrooms.
Still others are made to perform specific functions within spaces of a house, such as wrapping around and softening corners or even stacking to create a set of shelves within the (hopefully not too hot water) radiators themselves.