A unique fireplace design truly sets your home or office apart from that of everyone else. If you're the
adventurous type and long to explore un- charted territory, you can make a design statement that is beyond the realm of
conventional thinking! A design statement that's as individualistic as you are! A design statement that reflects your
independence AND your propensity to think outside the box!
Welcome to the amazing world of unique fireplace design!
A world without boundaries,
where virtually any- thing is possible.
A world in which you will travel to the outer
limits of fire space.
A world where the sky is the limit . . . . . or is it?
Once you see what it has to offer, wild horses won't keep you away!
So grab your "firecase" and let the journey begin!
But first, lest you have any lingering doubts, ask yourself the following
Are you looking for the most unusual, unconventional, and innova- tive designs in fire space today?
Do you want a design that your friends and neighbors will talk about long
after they leave your home?
Do you just gotta have a fireplace that nobody, or almost nobody else
If you answered "yes" to at least one of the questions above, then this is the place
Who knows . . . you might even run into R2D2 during your travels!
A major trend in
contemporary fireplace de- sign
is to create shapes and forms
that, here-to-fore, have been considered uncon- ventional by most standards, and to
employ new materials and finishing techniques in their fabrication.
appear to be vying with one another in a mad competition to see who can create the
most unique . . . and some- times, the most outlandish . . . designs the world has
seen. Top honors go to some of the European designers and manufacturers, so far, with France and Germany leading the way.
Ranging from fairly simple
to organic forms that mimic nature and
elements of the human face, there appears to be no limit to the possibilities in the
world of unique fireplace design.
One of the simple geometric shapes we're seeing more and more of in fire space
design is the basic triangle and the "almost" triangle . . . . .
as well as more complex versions of it in the form of pyramids -- both great and small.
The cube and the octagon have also made an appearance in fireplace de- sign.
Sexy and sinuous curves swerved their way onto the scene, as well.