The Ball fan represents a return to The Modern Fan Company's roots, derived from a minimalist approach to ceiling fan design. A perfect sphere provides visual simplicity while housing all the components required for exceeding the EPA's Energy Star guidelines for air movement efficiency (rating applies to fan only).
The Light Wave Ceiling Fan is the next generation of the highly successful, ground-breaking Wave F842 Ceiling Fan. Its energy-efficient LED light source integrates light without compromising design. The Light Wave's 3 blades, at a 48° pitch, produce an airflow of 6,580 cubic feet per minute. Ships with 4.5" and 6" downrods (uses ¾" I.D. DR5 Series Downrods) and a hand held remote control system.
Artemis by George Kovacs®. The distinct profile of the Artemis fan is formed by the Flying Vanes that become the fan housing. Three contoured aerodynamic vanes (blades) featuring infinitely variable pitch are the essence of this unique design. Includes 3.5" and 6" downrods (uses ¾" I.D. DR5 Series Downrods), cap for nonlight use and Full Function Wall Mount Control System, WC212.
Manufactured since 2009, the Diane, the first oscillating directional ceiling fan in the industry, provides maximum, multi-directional airflow. The Diane can be hung in small, awkward spaces or in front of HVAC ducts to make heating, ventilation or air conditioning of any room more efficient.
The Torsion Ceiling Fan features an aluminum body with 42", 52", or 62" plywood blades, available in a variety of finish options. Torsion combines modern aesthetics to create a functional design with optional light kits and controls.
The Blow ceiling fan is truly unique. It is possible the only "fan with the light above its blades" and is protected by an industrial patent. Thanks to its sophisticated electronics, both the light and the fan can be operated by an infrared remote control. Blow also has an operating switch that can be used to reverse the blade rotation so as to regenerate the continuous and one-way air flow. The blades, with their particular profile and transparency, make the light elegant and easy on the eye.
A continuing desire to add value along with design resulted in Modern Fan Company's distinctive Lapa fan. The Lapa's optional light is housed in mouth-blown glass and can be specified to use either a compact fluorescent or incandescent lamp. With the fluorescent option the fan qualifies for the EPA's Energy Star labeling as a highly efficient, energy conserving design.
Sophisticated and stylish, the Zonix Ceiling Fan is the perfect eye candy for any contemporary room. The minimalist appearance and intelligent design of this three bladed ceiling fan are the perfect dichotomy of simple and smart. The Zonix is unipacked with fan control and blades included which makes this the perfect ceiling fan for anyone who wants contemporary fashion without any high maintenance hassles.
The larger-scaled Pharos pairs a powerful motor and advanced design principles to provide outstanding air distribution and useful light. The fan's primary feature, a series of louvers, give it a "deco" style and reduces glare from the light source.
The Enigma by Fanimation is the star of the ceiling fan world that made its Hollywood debut in the movie I, Robot. The Enigma won the coveted role of featured ceiling fan because of its futuristic look and mass appeal. Unlike traditional ceiling fans that use multiple blades to move air, The Enigma uses just one sleek blade to produce a powerful airflow.