Rough edges, mostly white or other bright colour contrasted with a smooth, shiny surface are the characteristics of a minimalist interior. A Streep bioethanol fireplace by Horus is a very interesting proposal for reviving the interior or stressing of our modern house.
This is a shape, which delights with its simplicity, yet the juxtaposition of two very different colours, white and red, intrigues and puzzles. The burner opens with a gaping crack on the interior from a flat wall showing the inside of the burner blazing with fire. It would be best to place it in the rooms and at the same height as the presented model. This bioethanol fireplace will present best in the arrangement, when its structure reaches from the floor to the ceiling.
The author of this bio fire is Paulo Grassel, who certainly wanted to create an exceptional decorative element for ultra modern styles. The bioethanol fireplace fits best the interiors with white walls, it can be a variety to a large, smooth, dull surface (in the case of a white variant), or be a decorative, contrasting addition (in the case of a red version).
External dimensions: red variant: 33 x 30 x 265 cm, white variant: 33 x 30 x 238 cm
Bioethanol fuel tank volume: 1,5 l
Burning time: 4 h
Heat output: 3 kw/h
Average fuel consumption: max. 0.45 l/h – min. 0.28 l/h
Weight: red variant: 33.5 kg, white variant: 31.5 kg
The price of this bioethanol fireplace oscillates around € 2700.