I like to do everything with style, including staying cool through summer’s heat, but a loud bulky unsightly fan doesn’t do much for my Mid-Century Modern living room!
Luckily, Swizz Style shares my passion for being both fashionable and functional!
Based on the belief that household appliances are important and useful but can sometimes be “the ugly ducklings of the family”, Swizz Style came up with the idea to “import attractive household products”.
“Each of the items we import are unique products of Swiss design by the company Stadler Form, focusing on making household appliances emotionally appealing”.
“Makeing life colorful and enjoyable is the goal and endevor of us all” says Swizz Style.
I am in love with everything on the website but 2 fans really stood out for me! These pieces are truly appliances with purpose and style. (no need to shove them in the closet when you aren’t using these, they actually contribute to your decor rather than being an eyesore upon it!)
The Charly-Designed by artist Matti Walker.
Sleek style with a modern yet retro feel. “Charly has a design resembling a jet aircraft turbine and an air-moving performance to match. Three aluminum blades allow this fan to circulate up to 54,000-81,000 cubic feet of air per hour. Thank to his rounded, die-cast zinc base, Charly remains firmly anchored on the ground while being adjustable in angle. The air circulation can be set to one of three levels.”
“When heat builds up indoors in summer, the slightest breath of wind is welcome: Otto helps with a gentle breeze or a generous gale! The Otto is made of African sapele (a large deciduous tropical tree native to Africa). The wood is similar to mahogany with it smooth fine grain and deep warm sienna. It’s a durable wood, perfect for everyday lasting beauty- enhanced and protected by oil varnish. High grade steel balances the natural form of the sapele wood with modern contemporary style”.
The artists have outdone themselves on these designs. Silent, sleek, and awe inspiring.
You can pick one up and check out their other styles at www.swizz-style.com