Noria : Modern Window Air Conditioner Features Slim and Compact Design

The world is getting hotter. During a heat wave you would feel miserable if you didn’t have an AC in the room. Some people prefer a window air conditioner because the installation is pretty easy and it doesn’t require professional help. Unfortunately this type of AC hasn’t changed for decades and they are usually big, ugly, and loud. Introducing Noria, a redesigned window air conditioner that features a sleek and modern design, offering quiet and efficient fans to keep you cool.

Noria makes living with a window air conditioner a hassle-free experience. The thermostat knob interface makes interaction simple. You can control Noria from anywhere via the iOS and Android app. A low profile design allows you to keep the view from your window, and makes storage a breeze. The fresh air mode brings in outside air.

Designer : Devin Sidell

Noria Window Air Conditioner by Devin Sidell

Noria Window Air Conditioner by Devin Sidell

Noria is less than 6″ tall. The reduced size means that the view outside is no longer obstructed. The fans and ventilation system are quiet and efficient. Unlike other window air conditioners, Noria directs the cool air up towards the ceiling that eliminates cold and hot areas in the room.

It also comes with a special window frame adapter to ensure a safe and easy installation. The adapter is installed first to create a secure, sealed socket for Noria to slide and lock into. No more wrestling with a large cube in an open window. The innovative handle and rounded sides further aid with installation, removal and storage.

Noria Window Air Conditioner by Devin Sidell

Noria Window Air Conditioner by Devin Sidell

Noria Window Air Conditioner by Devin Sidell

Noria Window Air Conditioner by Devin Sidell

Noria Window Air Conditioner by Devin Sidell

Noria Window Air Conditioner by Devin Sidell

Tuvie has received “Noria Window Air Conditioner” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

If you like this post, you might also be interested in :

stephen russell says: January 20, 2016

Ideal for apts, condoes, homes, offices urban alone, nice style & design, Lisc to produce.

Vincent Yap says: January 20, 2016

Cool

eden says: January 27, 2016

looks sleek and goes to complement home interiors, would love to get one

Anthony Franze says: February 8, 2016

Great idea!

Craig Flores says: March 29, 2016

How much?

Linda says: April 1, 2016

how much and where to buy one?

Devin says: April 19, 2016

Noria is now live on Kickstarter! http://kck.st/23HDSxI

Bill says: May 21, 2016

Maybe for $200 or $250 but anything more, PASS>…It's only 5,000BTU and not worth anything close to $400.

Terrie Bouquillon says: July 17, 2016

I think the design is beautiful and the size is perfect especially for someone who owns a historical home with windows that are not of standard size. I would like to know more about the performance than the design. It may look pretty in the window, but is it working properly to cool down the room? More product information is needed. Lastly, are they asking you to send them $500+ for 2 air conditioners that will not be available until 2007? What happens if this product is never put on the market??? Wonderful idea and I am extremely interested, but I am not sending money in advance without more information. Will they be selling these in a variety of BTUs?

    Tuvie says: July 18, 2016

    You are right, we highly recommend that you wait until they have shipped their products to the customers, and see what customers say about it. This project was successfully funded, but let's see if they can deliver what promised.







Read our posts from your inbox

Advertisement


Advertise with us

DJI Phantom 4 Pro-Unparalleled Portable Imaging.


Random Designs




-->








Advertise with us


Network Links

Archives