bellows fireplace contemporary design



The 'bouffadou' was a traditional implement from the south of France used for stoking a fire. It was a long, hollow, wooden tube the user blew into to deliver air directly to a specific location on the hearth.

The French word 'bouffadou' is derived from the Occitan term 'boufador' (generally used to refer to a bellows), from the verb 'boufar', which means 'to blow'.

Focus has revisited the traditional, indeed legendary, bouffadou to create a contemporary version in black steel.


in black steel