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Canadian Countryside with Escea ST900 Flame

What started as a simple Google search ended 8,113miles or 13,057km away in New Zealand (figuratively speaking, of course). 

From the beginning, Herman knew exactly how he wanted his house to look – elegant and minimalist combining neutral tones and hints of colour, with floor to ceiling windows and open spaces to draw in the beauty of the mountainside. 

To provide contrast in the living room where lighter tones dominated, Herman chose a black, chimney-breast style wall to pull the focus towards the television and the fireplace.  Here he envisioned a fireplace and television housed in one structure.  The ST900, a low energy consumption fireplace, is Zero Clearance rated, making it safe to install below a TV and an ideal solution for this application.

Herman chose a New Zealand River Rock fuel bed for the ST900, which provided a natural but modern feel which ties in with the home's other design features.

Located just outside of the township, Herman retreats back to the peaceful countryside every night to stoke his fireplace with the push of a button.

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