This ‘crystal’ ceiling fan can be found in the attic of a Sydney home
Posted September 25, 2019 09:02:06 Updated September 26, 2019 08:51:26 A ceiling fan designed to keep the heat inside your home from escaping has found its way into the attic.
The ceiling fan is a part of a design for a new house in the Sydney suburb of Maribyrnong that was funded by the City of Melbourne and was due to be installed in the first half of 2020.
Key points:The ceiling fans are made of a glass cylinder that’s connected to an array of lights to provide a ‘crystallised’ appearanceThe ceiling is suspended over a wooden frame that’s covered in aluminium platesThe ceiling can be used to suspend a ceiling fanThe ceiling, called a ‘ceiling fan’, is suspended from a wooden board above the floor in the home of a local couple.
It can be configured as a light fixture, fan, light fixture or light fixture with an array to control the lighting.
It is a ‘floor-mounted’ ceiling, which means the fan is mounted to the floor of the home and is connected to the ceiling by metal plates.
It has been designed to be able to be used for up to three years, the Australian Energy Regulator said.
The manufacturer said the ceiling fans were designed to prevent water and vapour escaping from the house.
“The ceiling was originally designed for residential use, but we have found the ceiling fan to be ideal for residential applications,” the company said.
“These ceiling fans can be connected to a series of light fixtures to provide the correct level of lighting throughout the home, which is critical to maintaining the comfort and privacy of the occupant.”
The company said the company had also developed a system to allow the ceiling to be remotely controlled and that was also planned for the first year.
“We are also working with local businesses to provide additional lighting fixtures that can be controlled remotely via their web-based app,” the product description said.
Mr and Mrs James said the project was not for everyone and they wanted the ceiling “to be a place where people feel safe and secure”.
“It was very exciting to be involved in this project,” they said.
“It’s a project that will give our family a sense of belonging and a sense that it is a place that people can relax in.”
It is also a place to get to know each other and be part of something new.
“The family has also installed a series more ceiling fans, to be placed in the next phase of the project, to see if the ceiling could become more stable and cool.