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Can anyone please tell me the brand name of the ceiling fan that is hanging in the Loft of the Smart Home. It is not listed in any product list/shop online, yet it is a featured product.

I would appreciate any assistance.

Thank you,


Ceiling Fan
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Juliet, I looked under the photos of the tour and only found the following: "sleek, modern Energy Star® ceiling fan complements the space's muted mocha color palette".

BTW....beautiful photo. Someone is quite talented in painting faces!
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Sorry no Idea. But can you share the reason why you want to know it, may be I can help you in that.
Posts: 1 | Location: 2525 S High St, Denver, CO 80210 | Registered: Apr 23, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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On the fan subject: May I interject, please?
This applies to hot climates, especially...
It might be a marvel to have an oscillating fan rather than a fixed one. It makes for better comfort.

Better for comfort, it would be nice to see oscillating baffles inside the a/c ducts which would direct HVAC air back and forth. They could be mounted outside the ducts up high in the Smart Home.

Restaurants are notorious for torturing occupants with a/c forced air directed onto the occupants. It's really not necessary for occupants to sit in, to endure that blast.
shoeshine boy :>)
* old Singapore had baffles that moved volumes of air, very green. And, green tea.

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