Long gone are the days when air conditioning units were large, unsightly pieces of machinery that stood out like a sore thumb on the wall. The technology has continued to evolve and improve over the years, which means today’s units are far more sleek and stylish and can blend in perfectly with any type of environment.
A good example of that can be seen in Daikin’s eye-catching Stylish range. Not only do the units deliver fantastic climate control but they immerse perfectly into the background of your domestic or professional lifestyle.
Daikin state it is the thinnest wall-mounted unit in its market segment, measuring only 189mm deep, taking inspiration from previous models such as Daikin Emura and Ururu Sarara. The full measurements of the unit are: 798 (w) x 189 (d) x 295 (h) mm.
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When you turn on the Daikin Stylish unit, the cover panel moves into a position that is parallel to the body, complementing the design of the room. Not only does this enhance the efficiency of the unit, but it offers a discrete appearance, further enhanced by the smooth rounded corners.
In 2018, the Stylish model also won the prestigious international Red Dot Award and the Good Design Award, which gives you an indication of how the design industry also recognised the benefits of the shape.
At AAC we love innovation and always look to add value for our customers. It’s why we now have 252 air conditioning AC panel colours for you to choose from, so you can find the perfect match for your home or work space.
Whether it’s the Daikin Stylish range or any other AC unit, we can spray paint the external covers in a colour of your choice so it blends in and complements the surrounding space. It means you can pick and choose any system for your home or office without worrying about upsetting the current aesthetic and creating a colour clash.
We can re-spray existing air conditioning units if you have recently changed your décor, or coat the panels of a brand new system you are planning to install.