The inverted or the upside down ceiling fans are becoming very popular these days all over the world. This upside down fan idea came from the creative studio of Raffaele Iannello who made a ceiling fan that resembles a helicopter. This fan looks like a 1/6th model of the MD500 Hughes helicopter which was invented in the 70s. This helicopter became famous because of its ability to fly upside down as well as has many other special features that made it different and popular. This ceiling fan is inspired from the same helicopter version and it also looks like its small version hanging upside down. This helicopter was known to land on the ceilings rather than on the helipad.
The upside down hanging ceiling fan is made up of fibreglass and aluminium and looks spectacular hanging down from the ceiling upside down which is quite a difficult way to land a helicopter. This is probably why it looks eye catching. This model of ceiling fan gives a very bold look to your room and it might not go with graceful curtains or a sophisticated room. This fan has four blades. Each one of the blades is made up of carbon fibre and they are approximately 28 inches in length. This fan ensures proper cooling of a medium sized or a small room. It may be used in conjunction with other fans in a bigger room. But it is probably suited for rooms that are small in size. This fan is the biggest invention by the man who imagined this concept. It made a debut in 2012 in the Design Week of Milan.
This little ceiling fan is invented in order to do some cooling operations in rooms of small size. You need to make sure that you have turned the blades upside down so that the air is thrown downwards instead of upwards as in the case of helicopters. You also need to make sure that this fan is properly attached to your ceiling for safety issues. As a whole, this upside down ceiling fan is a brilliant cool invention to which youngsters are looking forward to.