Rotating suspended central gas fireplace
Just over 50 years ago, the Gyrofocus wood fireplace set out to conquer the fireplace global market.
Today, this model with multiple international and prestigious awards proposes gas as fuel.
Led through.the flue, the gas – butane or propane – creates genuine flames in the ceramic logs.
Operated with a remote control, odourless and without particle emission, this hearth finds its place inside individuals’ homes as well as hotels and restaurants.
This international classic has been exhibited in the Bordeaux Contemporary Art Museum (1996), the National Centre of Contemporary Art in Grenoble (1997) and in New York's Guggenheim Museum (1998).
- Matte black
|Nominal heat input (natural gas)||13,5kW|
|Consumption (natural gas)||1,35 m3/h|
|Nominal heat input (propane)||13 kW|
|Consumption (propane)||0,373 m3/h|