SPARTHERM: Minimalist Design and Archaic Steel

Modern modular fire areas

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SPARTHERM: Minimalist Design and Archaic Steel
14/03/2019 - SPARTHERM introduces the latest additions to its range at ISH in Frankfurt. A symbiosis of purist design and archaic steel coupled with superlative stove technology transforms the element of fire into a 21st  century icon. Piko by Spartherm

Piko by Spartherm

The trendy PIKO Frame stove integrates fire into modular cuboids made of steel tubes. The tripartite body consists of flat rectangles and cubes. The square firebox forms the optical center, whereby the Cubist language of form continues in the additional elements. Through an individual combination the collection creates a living landscape of shelves, sideboards, wood storage and sitting or lying areas.

SPARTHERM ensures that its stoves and fireplace inserts deliver high efficiency, clean combustion, and that they are CO2-neutral in operation - for example with the 'Ares' fireplace furniture item where fire and steel merge to form a unit while a three-sided glass viewing panel provides a fine view of the interplay of flames in the grate.

This symbiosis of purist design and archaic steel, coupled with superlative stove technology, transforms this original element, fire, into a 21st century icon.

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SPARTHERM: Minimalist Design and Archaic Steel

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