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Moving to Modern
EcoSmart Fire breathes new life into acclaimed art deco fireplace. Celebrating its 80th anniversary this year, the magnificent Manchester Unity Building has a special place in the history of Melbourne and the hearts of its citizens.
When EcoSmart Fire’s U.S. Marketing Coordinator came across a vintage, wood-burning fireplace she knew it was the perfect opportunity to breathe new life into a mid-century classic with a BK5 Bioethanol Burner.
Luigi Preziuso has been described as a master craftsman, with a keen attention to detail in every project he undertakes. A builder by trade, Luigi has installed all types of heating over the years – including fireplaces. For his own home on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, he considered both gas and central heating before choosing a finished model – EcoSmart Igloo – from the Freestanding Range
The clean, minimalist aesthetic of the EcoSmart Fire 900DB Firebox was an essential ingredient in the recent transformation and refurbishment of Washington DC’s award-winning Equinox Restaurant.
When consultants from Dublin-based adi studio were asked to create signature looks for four luxury penthouses in London, they turned to the versatility of EcoSmart Fires.
A successful banker based in the centre of London, Sebastien Gianfermi and his architect-trained wife refurbished a 19th century, Regency penthouse into a sophisticated two-level family home. The iconic British style of architecture was given a much-needed modern makeover that not only breathed new life into the building but also captured the couple’s signature style.
It was recognised as Australasia’s leading business hotel at the 2010 Annual World Travel Awards, and in recent times the Westin Hotel in Sydney has added a touch of ‘home’ with the opening of its new Lobby Room, a private retreat for business travellers.
For Australian TV personality and celebrity gardener Jason Hodges, sitting around an open fire instantly evokes happy childhood memories. Whether it’s toasting marshmallows around a campfire or watching Dad cook dinner on the barbeque, Jason says fireplaces connect to something deep within.
Out of Africa
It’s one of Perth’s newest restaurants – and it’s already making its name not just for the unique dining experience, but also for the vibrant and exotic interior. Hippo Creek African Grill in Subiaco is all about open fire cooking – wood-fired char grill – which harks back to nomadic hunter gatherers. And as part of the interior design, the South African restaurateur wanted an open fireplace which was in keeping with the theme of Hippo Creek.
When designing a contemporary new single dwelling from scratch, architectural and interior design firm SAAJ Design in Melbourne was given carte blanche to celebrate as many design opportunities as possible, creating a highly private home with strong connections to the exterior.
The brief was clear: to create a cosy environment in an open, exposed space on the terrace of a Brisbane high-rise apartment.
Uluru is quite literally the heart of Australia – this magnificent rock formation represents the nation’s natural history and heritage and plays spiritual home to the world’s oldest living culture, the indigenous Australians.
It’s described as one of Berlin’s top 10 cocktail bars, and the Shochu in Berlin is fast becoming as well known for its classic and exotic cocktails as it is for the sleek and sophisticated interiors. Located near the Brandenburg gate, in the Adlon Hotel and adjacent to the renowned Uma Restaurant, Shochu was created by acclaimed designer Anne Maria Jagdfeld.
Achieving understated elegance inside this beachfront penthouse apartment in Newcastle was the prime objective for Coco Republic’s Senior Interior Designer Natasha Levak.
The New American Home has been acclaimed as a symbol of energy efficiency and innovation. And for Las Vegas-based company Blue Heron Design Build, creator of the 2013 New American Home, it was a chance to showcase how they could push the boundaries of innovative design.
When interior designer Marén Niehoff from HMG MBH & CO. KG was asked to create a modern, stylish and comfortable lobby area for a new five-star Fleming’s Deluxe Hotel Frankfurt main-riverside, Germany – part of the Flemings Group – she was looking for the perfect fireplace.
When Daniel Vandenbark walked into this newly built loft-style condominium in Houston Texas, he knew exactly where a fireplace should be positioned. “The second I walked in, I knew this particular wall would be ideal,” Daniel says. “It would mean you could see the glow of the fire from the TV room and surrounding living spaces.”
Located in the heart of one of the trendiest and most expensive areas of New York City, 1 Union Square caters to those living the high life. So when Peggy Leung, owner of Peggy Leung Design, was asked to create a private lounge for the apartment block, she knew it had to be the epitome of elegance and style.
Hidden in the depths of the huge and bustling city of Hong Kong, there is a family of four who are comfortably relaxing in a homely retreat which gives them a sense of peace amongst the chaos.
When you think of theatre, what comes to mind? Drama, glamour, music and movement – these are just some theatrical elements the award-winning Simeone Deary Design Group captured in their redesign of the boutique Allegro Hotel in the heart of downtown Chicago.
Ribbon of Fire
How do you bring a sense of warmth and ambience to a living room built of concrete, steel and glass while maintaining a sense of continuity with the home’s design?
An “opulent New York loft with raw aesthetics and industrial elements” – this is the vision renowned Australian hair stylist Anthony Nader had for his refurbished salon in the trendy inner Sydney suburb of Surry Hills.
The epitome of an English country house by the sea, the four-star Hotel Miramar occupies one of the most spectacular vantage points in Bournemouth, a large resort town on the south coast of England. Designed in true Edwardian style, the popular wedding venue features curved balconies, ornate plaster cornices, and timber skirting and architraves.