FLOOR HEATING VARIOCLIP

A perfectly designed system that has been tested in practice down to the tiniest detail. The clips are mounted on the steel mesh and the VarioProFile pipe is then affixed using click technology.

Die Nassestrich Fussbodenheizung VarioRast von Variotherm ist mit einem Baustahlgitter und VarioClips zur Rohrfixierung ausgerüstet.

FLOOR HEATING VARIOCLIP

A perfectly designed system that has been tested in practice down to the tiniest detail. The clips are mounted on the steel mesh and the VarioProFile pipe is then affixed using click technology.

Die Nassestrich Fussbodenheizung VarioRast von Variotherm ist mit einem Baustahlgitter und VarioClips zur Rohrfixierung ausgerüstet.

 

 

THE MODULAR WALL

The ModulePanels are fixed to metal or wood support structures.

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The modern art of heating and cooling

Some say, art is the product of ability. Others think it is a product of will. "Untrue," interject the critics. "If art was a product of will, it would be called wart!" No matter which position one takes in the debate: There is no doubt that the Liaunig Museum is heated and cooled with state-of-the-art Variotherm technology. A very special piece of art!

The Liaunig Museum features one of the most extensive collections of post-1945 Austrian art in the country, complemented by preceding representatives of classic modern art and exemplary works by international artists.

On a completely different note, we will portray a technologically perfect piece of art below: The 'ModuleWall' art installation in the museum hides a deeper meaning behind the discreet plaster fibreboard surface in shades of light grey. The vibrant orange of the VarioProFile pipe integrated on the backside sets a strong colour accent although, surprisingly, it is entirely hidden from the eye of the beholder. It can't be seen. It can't be heard. It can only be felt: The incredibly pleasant heat this unique piece of art is spreading throughout the entire exhibition room.

If that wasn't enough, the installation is also capable of reversing the heating process and cooling the room instead. In this case, visitors feel a cosy, entirely irritation-free atmosphere – 'gentle cooling' at its best.

The fantastic 'VarioClip' floor heating holds an equally impressive place in the permanent exhibition. With a surface area of 2,000 m², it is also the largest show-piece of the Variotherm collection at the museum. Aficionados of the art of technology will detect a particularly successful artifice as the VarioProFile pipe makes a satisfying audible 'click' when it locks into place in the attachment clips.

The design has thus reached a peak of elegance and allows complete freedom in terms of installation. Involving an efficient interplay between contemporary and sustainable forms of energy, this modern classic presents itself in a new form that withstands all currents in the tempest of time.www.museumliaunig.at