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The JAGA History

50 years of design and innovation

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Moby

Modular oxygen bubble. Climate and multimedia cabin. A comfort zone as protection against air and noise pollution.

2011
World Creativity Forum

From rubbish to eco design. Heat-exchanger trees made from recovered aluminium symbolise the new life of this material.

2011
Vertiga

Vertiga is the first combination of Energy Savers, Eyecatchers and Top Performers. A brand new design radiator for extremely low water temperatures.

2010
Rubbish

Jaga’s rubbish exhibition made from production waste. Waste upgraded to a functional, modular and aesthetic exhibition system, still in use in 2012!

2009
Jaga World Tour

Presentation of Jaga values and climate solutions. In 2011, Jaga had already covered 42 countries across different continents.

2007
Jaga Product Days

Partners from 24 countries collaborate in thinking about Jaga products for the future.

2007
Living Tomorrow

Jaga selected as a partner for the home of the future, both in Vilvoorde as well as in Amsterdam

2007
Heatwave

Playful curves out of a concrete shell. Designed by Jaga & Joris Laarman.

2006
Burning Man

The Uchronia Community builds the greatest work of art ever at the Burning Man Art Festival in the Nevada desert

2005
Jaga Experience Lab

A unique climate laboratory for open innovation starts to operate. A knowledge centre and test laboratory where everyone is welcome.

2003
Frank Gehry Building

Jaga opens PPC: renewed Product Presentation centre in the Frank Gehry buildings in Düsseldorf

1998
Iguana

Launch of Jaga’s most successful Iguana radiators. Frequent winner of design awards. Based on a child’s drawing of a radiant sun.

1989
Linea Plus

Linea Plus introduces a new design in the world of radiators. With a flat front panel and innovative perforated top

1987
Taboe

The first radiator with collectors in the centre opened up a whole new spectrum of designs and applications. Invented by Jaga, copied by many!

1985
Deco radiators

A new type of vertical radiator sees the light. The radiator was launched with an artistic photo shoot in the caves of Kanne.

1975
Global energy crisis

In response to the crisis, Jaga develops a complete range of heat pumps: the first Jaga Top Performers.

1962
Jaga starts innovation

Jan and Gaston Kriekels, central heating installers, started developing their own radiators because they were not happy with existing solutions.

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