Intuitive Thermostat Learns Its User’s Daily Routines To Regulate Temperature

Intuitive Thermostat Learns Its User’s Daily Routines To Regulate Temperature
Design

Philippe Starck designs a smart and stylish central heating accessory

Ross Brooks
  • 18 november 2013

A thermostat is rarely something to get excited about, but French designer Philippe Starck has created one that knows when to adjust the temperature based on your day-to-day activities. It was made for Netatmo, a company which creates products and apps to monitor weather and environmental conditions, and can be controlled straight from an app on your smartphone.

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