This unique fireplace design by Lorna De Santos goes back to a more contemplative way of living. A single element is sculpted into a curtain-like wall which opens to reveal the subtle glow from the hidden flames.
Spectacular Luxury Home with Curved Glass Wine Wall and Indoor Fire Pit
A 20 foot high curved glass wine wall in the living room of this luxurious house in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is the centrepiece of the residence.
Cocoon Contemporary Fireplaces
Designed by celebrated designer Federico Otero for Cocoon Fires, the Cocoon fireplaces are functional as they are stylishly beautiful. The ethanol based fireplaces are free of smoke and environmentally friendly. The Cocoon creative design lets you enjoy life with no boundaries. You can even use it as an ice cold drink server!
Movable Contemporary Fireplace
Eclypsya fireplace is a stylish stainless steel contemporary fireplace that you can move around the house both indoor and outdoor. Pre-installed connectors in various locations of the house let you attach the steel ball to the pipe in the crawl space that takes the air up the chimney. You can also move the steel ball 360 degrees to face any direction. When the fireplace is not in use and moved, a concrete plate covers the connector freeing up space in the room.
Smokeless Biofire Coffee Table
This contemporary Single Collection biofire coffee table is a smokeless, odourless and environmentally friendly fireplace. Created by Planika Studio, the stylish fireplace uses a special ethanol based fuel called FONOLA®. There is no need for a chimney, just place the coffee table anywhere in the room, fill the burner cup with fuel and light it. The biofire coffee table combines functionality and modern decor.
Fire and Art
Focus line of fireplaces by French design company Atelier Dominique Imbert is a perfect balance between style and technology for the interiors. Made from raw steel and can be suspended, wall-mounted or fixed on a base, these cleverly crafted fireplaces blend functionality with aesthetic appeal. The Piet Mondrian inspired Chromifocus add colour to the interior decor because “the pleasure of colour is a luxury that should not be denied”. The suspended Antefocus was the first fireplace ever designed by Dominique Imbert which served as the springboard for the entire Focus line.