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Mesmerising, Modern and Minimalist Wood Fire

It’s not just the heat the makes an indoor fire so enticing; the smell, sound and warm soft light of flickering flames can be magical and soothing. Designing a fire that essentially redefines what it means to burn cleanly requires a wholly fresh approach, which is why the Stovax Studio is very different.

Featuring unique airflow dynamics that facilitate high efficiency, state-of-the-art combustion systems, the Stovax Studio range of inbuilt and freestanding fires produces magnificent rolling flames and ample warmth. Lowering emissions to an absolute minimum in comparison with open fires and older stoves, their progressive design makes them not only some of today’s cleanest burning fires, but also compliant with New Zealand low emission standards.

The Stovax Studio 2 Clean Air inbuilt and Freestanding low emissions appliances have been specifically designed for New Zealand’s stringent air quality standards and suitable for installation in most New Zealand air sheds. The Stovax Studio See-through Duplex, Studio 2 and 3 inbuilt and freestanding models are also available for rural installations. These models include the optional dedicated external air to the appliance, potentially negating the need for additional air vents and therefore minimising drafts. In addition the inbuilt models can be installed with a warm air ducting kit capable of heating up to two additional spaces.

The Stovax Studio 2 Clean Air appliance is widely specified by NZ architects because of its expansive viewing window, powerful heat output, clean modernity and minimalist styling. Angela Hiddleston, a designer with over 16 years’ technical fireplace industry experience, can work with specifiers and clients to achieve the most aesthetic and compliant Stovax Studio installation.

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