Outdoor fireplaces have been in vogue for the past few seasons with concepts like Pegasus and Thor providing handy modular alternatives to building bonfires. But most of these designs and concepts draw from the traditional means of heating, i.e., they work as regular fireplaces using wood and other fuels. But Eskisehir, Turkey-based designer Bilgehan Keceli has come with an idea that is not only much more green but also completely pollution and hassle free. Introducing Feeltheheat – a cutting edge outdoor heater concept that proposes to use wireless energy transfer to provide warmth in open-air spaces.
The heater is composed of five modules with one main heater that can be positioned on top of a table and the rest positioned strategically underneath the tabletop. This basically creates a cozy cocoon around a table for users to enjoy the benefits of open-air dining and lounging without having to compete for a place near a single outdoor fireplace.
The device uses infrared radiation to warm up the space within a certain range, allowing users to benefit fully from the design. The best thing about the heater is that it can be customized directly by the users at table-side who can manipulate the functions to set the temperature to their liking.
A user friendly touch panel features standard functions such as power on/off, light effect and temperature control. Feeltheheat will be available in three colors to fit all kinds of decor schemes.