The Rook is made of four components, named after parts of a castle too. Just the way a kingdom works in synergy to keep itself protected from attacks, the four components of the Rook stay interconnected and work together to alert the user against fire, and help him/her fight a fire hazard. The Castle and the Watchtower detect CO levels and signs of smoke. When a threat is assessed, the Keep (kept at the bedside) sends out alerts. The Moat is a powder based fire-extinguisher, helping fight the fire threat.
Not only is the Rook Home Fire Safety system well articulated and named, it has a homogeneous design language too. All the four components have a soft yet reassuring design language. While the Castle, Watchtower, and Keep are white, allowing them to blend in with the decor, the Moat is a bright red, characteristic of a Fire Extinguisher, allowing it to be seen even in thick smoke. What do you think?
Designer: Martyn Billings
( H/T: Yanko Design )