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Saturday, 14 May 2011 07:02

No more boring fireplaces!!

#1  "Art Fireplace" by Bloch Design

#2 "Glass Fireplace"  by Bloch Design

Stylish way to expand your living space. The fireplace is enclosed by four glass panels and can be turned on and off by remote control.

#3  "Kaminmoebel" by Spartherm.

#4  "Fireplace for the tabletop" designed by Gido Wahrmann. /Source

#5  Big fireplace with two facades by by Focus.

It is effective in dividing large open spaces with different functions without closing them off, allowing both sides to benefit from the beauty of the fireplace.

#6  Art fireplace by Focus.

This model is equipped with integrated electronic features (printed circuits, an electromagnet, a safety shut-off, a CO2 detector that automatically extinguishes the fire), which are accessible by removing the cover.

#7 "Oggifocus" by  Focus.

Oggi means 'today' in Italian, a fitting name for this cutting-edge model inspired by the innovative contemporary design of Italy. Its porthole shape frames the fire within a pleasing sphere in a completely new twist on conventional square fireplaces.

Taking up a modest amount of space, the surprising yet subtle originality of the Oggifocus is combined with security, excellent heat output and efficiency, and a minimal output of CO. A curved cherry-wood shelf (option) can be installed below the porthole to emphasise its wise gaze. /Source:

#8  "Solaris" gas fireplace by Heat & Glo.

Inspired by the setting sun, the Solaris see-through direct vent gas fireplace is the most innovative and unmatched hearth product in the industry. Featuring our patent-pending continuous levitating flames and transparent Razor(TM) burner, the Solaris is a contemporary and award winning fireplace on trend with consumer demands.

#9 Simple and effective fireplace by Planika Fires.

#10 Hot Chocolate by Planika Fires.

Hot Chocolate that slowly melts the atmosphere is a distinctive coffee table. The classic shade and accommodating character of this model make it versatile and suitable for different interiors. The natural flames that arise from the centrally sited glass cylinder penetrate the teardrop-shaped opening in the wooden form of Hot Chocolate. The natural oak veneer emanates with warmth and is a treasure for those who avoid intense colours. Source: /

#11 Ceramic floor burner by Attika.

The block burner under the ceramic wood log set allows the wonderful flame interplay in an open gas fireplace to be enjoyed to the full. The Open Fire series is supplied with a remote control system.

#12 "Gaia" by Arkiane.

Great modern design by Arkiane. The wonderful curves of the fireplace add a sensuality and softness, while the fire adds a cosy warmth and visual spectacle.

#13 Oxalis by Arkiane.

#14 Yan-Li by Arkiane.

#15 Icoya by Arkiane.

#16 Zeta Zeta designed by John Dimopoulos.

A clever fusion of timber, leather and stainless steel, the fully portable Zeta sits on a brushed or polished stainless steel swivel base. The plywood body of the fire is shaped from a high frequency heated aluminium mold into the perfect elliptical shape. A ventless stainless steel firebox insert is moulded to the internal face of the plywood, and the outer surface is upholstered in leather. The toughened glass screens that sit either side of the fire enhance the stunning visual effect created by the flame. /Source: /

#17 "Around the fire we go" by Jan Brauer.

Greed For Quiet is a fire pit and furniture all in one. The fire pit sits in a self enclosed unit surrounded by wood planks supporting 5 chairs. The design looks as if you’re floating. Each of the “chair blades” can rotate around the fire pit to customize your conversational grouping.

#18 Terragen by Flying Cavalries.

This fireplace is inspired by those natural phenomena that are a source of enormous energy: volcanoes.

#19 "Hillside" by Flying Cavalries.

This fireplace is inspired by the hillsides and using it evokes the feeling of being on a hillside. Warm and comfortable emotions accompany you whilst you lie on your back on its ergonomic seat beside the fire.

#20 Fireplace sculptures by Anne Colombo.


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