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Heating History

How a farmer’s invention in 1782 evolved into a technology that helped to construct the Empire State Building.

Monroe Street, Brooklyn

Steam heat headache cured, 1930s radiators restored.

No.17 House, South West London

Q&A with Sarah-Louise and Christopher, founders of the No17 Store

Coastal villa, North Berwick, Scotland

A Scottish bolthole with Georgian features and the cosy, ambient heat of Castrads cast iron radiators. The Town Just outside of Edinburgh, North Berwick is…

The Norman, West 93rd Street, Manhattan

Built in 1910, The Norman tells a story of how one ambitious property developer foresaw the gentrification of the Upper West Side.

1st Street, Park Slope

A 1920 Park Slope Brownstone restored and refreshed with Farrow & Ball colors.

Sea Girt, New Jersey

A lakeside new build with hydronic heat in New Jersey

Standon Hall, Staffordshire

An Edwardian wedding venue with a glowing new interior

West 10th Street 

New Rococo IIIs installed in one of NYC’s most coveted neighbourhoods.

Leicester Cathedral

115-year-old radiators for a 900-year-old Cathedral

Bedford Historic District Townhouse, Brooklyn

Ornate radiators refurbished for limestone-fronted townhouse in historic Bed Stuy neighbourhood.

Broadway Theatre, Catford

The Catford Theatre is undergoing a huge £7 million renovation.

The Triangle House

From squirrel break-ins to complete re-paints, this 1970s A-frame cabin has been on quite a journey.

Steam-Heated Colonial in Maplewood, NJ

Case studies: A one-pipe steam system in Maplewood, NJ.

Victorian Terrace

Case study: A retrofitted 1870 terrace in South Manchester.

How to heat under windows

All you need to know about sizing and positioning

How to heat efficiently

Sustainable heating and energy saving


4 reasons why it’s a mistake to overlook heating in the hallway. 


How to heat the warmest room in the house

Commercial Space

Give your clients a warm welcome