在当代建筑空间中，尤其是在餐厅和商店等商业环境中，审美要求很高的概念需要精心设计的空调解决方案，以提供高性能并很好地融入环境。 四向暗盒单元的 Silent-Iconic 面板是在以设计为导向的建筑倾向于使用风格不显眼的室内空调机组的背景下开发的，因为它们不太显眼，更容易集成。 此外，影响该单元设计的另一个方面是建筑师更喜欢谨慎融合的管道式出口，但出于成本原因，经常使用暗盒单元，即使它们在视觉上破坏了内饰设计。 这种具有新颖的技术和设计的当代空调系统应运而生。 在保持成本优势、易于安装和暗盒单元的性能的同时，Silent-Iconic 提供了一种不引人注目的外观，使其不同于普通的管道式单元。 其四个空气分配风门的设计与给定的内饰风格和谐融合，同时确保精确的无气流通风。 为了进一步减少暗盒单元的可见度，中央入口设有百叶窗，使该单元与建筑天花板完美融合。 四个翼片涂有黑色涂层，以进一步增强整体和谐的外观和与建筑视觉融合的效果。
In contemporary architectural spaces, especially in commercial environments such as restaurants and shops, aesthetically demanding concepts call for well-designed air conditioning solutions that deliver high performance and integrate well into the ambience. The Silent-Iconic panel for four-way cassette units was developed against the background that design-oriented buildings tend to use indoor air conditioner units with an unobtrusive style, as they are less visible and easier to integrate. Moreover, another aspect that shaped the design of this unit was the revelation that architects prefer duct-type outlets that blend in discreetly, but for cost reasons often use cassette-type units, even though they visually disrupt the interior design. This has led to this contemporary air conditioning system with novel technology and design. While maintaining the cost benefits, ease of installation and performance of a cassette, Silent-Iconic offers an unobtrusive appearance that sets it apart from common duct-type units. Its four air distribution flaps have been designed to harmoniously meld with a given interior styling while ensuring a precise, draught-free airflow. To further minimise the visibility of the cassette, the central inlet has been louvred to make the unit meld perfectly with architectural ceilings. The four flaps are coated in black to further enhance the overall harmonious appearance and effect of visually blending in with the architecture.
制造商 / Manufacturer:
Hitachi-Johnson Controls Air Conditioning, Inc., Tokyo, Japan
设计 / Design:Hitachi, Ltd., Research & Development Group (Tomohiko Sato, Kunihito Kawamura, Yoko Ichikawa), Tokyo, Japan