Bio ethanol fireplace is the perfect way to add some heat to a home that doesn’t have a chimney and why not do so with an exciting design. These 15 bio ethanol fireplaces may be heat sources but they are also stand-alone sculptural statement pieces that are as beautiful on as they are off. Check out these modern geometric designs.
I love the curvy base to the Fuoco Wave fireplace by Altro, it seems to float in mid air thanks to the clear side panels that support it.
Altro loves to play with geometric designs and the Pyramid fireplace is no exception. The triangular shape is unique and fun and the added dimension of a clear side to the triangle makes it just that much more exciting.
Not limited to floor installations, the Diamond fireplace is a bold wall statement that incorporates four triangles that appear to be “opening up” the wall. Source.
Seasons is designed by Jean-Marie Massaud and made by Glas Italia, and is a low table with a cube void in the center where the bio ethanol insert goes.
In the summer, the bio ethanol insert can be removed and the void can be filled with flowers or even fish because the basin is watertight – pretty cool. Source.
Cupola by Vauni is a wall-mounted fireplace with a vintage flare. I love how it pops out from the wall adding that extra bit of dimension.
Wow, what a great way to add a little bit of pizzazz to a kitchen, or any room. The Vauni Divider does not have to be adjacent to an island or wall, it can be centered in a room but up against this kitchen island it sure looks stunning.
The Vauni Globe is very similar to the wall mounted Cupola, except that in this case it has a stand. The stand raises the height of the fire allowing you to enjoy it from a chair, your bed or even while bathing.
The elliptical design of the modern Elipse Z Ebios bio fireplace by Spartherm adds an extra layer of movement to the flickering flames of the fire. Source.
The void in the base of the Ellipse Case Ebios fire creates a magical sense of now you see it now you don’t.
Officine del Fuego has created this industrial looking ethanol fireplace design called Bonfire. It’s designed for small spaces but it sure makes a big impact.
Meet by Officine del Fuego is not just a fireplace, it’s a coffee table too with four pull-out poufs tucked under the four tabletop sections.
Another coffee table ethanol fireplace combo by Officine del Fuego – Gor. Inspired by architecture, Gor features four thin legs that skewer the base – or beam – at different angles – I love the asymmetry of it.
Caratteristiche is a design based on irony. Officine del Fuego considers this a chair that has lost its initial function in favor of another. They call it an ideogrammatic chair.
Talk about a hot geometric design! Source.
TwistyFire by Officine del Fuego is a modular fireplace system allowing you to choose a solid color design – or twist it up and go for a dual tone, You can also decide to go for a solid look or use a module with a void in it.
Then there is TwistyFire – a bio ethanol fireplace with a LED lit base. Seriously, how awesome is this!
Fireplaces are such a great way to add ambiance to a space, whether they are bio-ethanol, wood, electrical, gas, outdoor space heaters or even outdoor metal fire pits, there is always something magical about a contained fire.