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MIKA bio fireplace – wall weaves

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Source of warmth and amazing aesthetic experiences. You just can’t keep your eyes off its abstractive shape and irregular surface. Eric Dessous L’Eglise has designed the piece of art for everyday use – MIKA bio fireplace.

Wall-mounted MIKA bio fireplace by Swiss company Aktys stands out with contrast combination of simplicity and magnificence. Everything because of randomly joint, welded, oblong elements, resembling the sticks, and behind them – a hypnotizing red live fire. The device is made of solid material. Using raw material in one colour allows to keep moderation – golden mean between what is impressive, and at the same time economical and simple.

photo: Aktys

Few-centimetre sticks are like scattered branches. The construction of the burner makes the burning flame with thick tangle of oblong elements look like a campfire. However, when we extinguish it, there will be no ash, no smoke or unpleasant smell. Ecological fuel is safe, odourless and it can be entirely utilised. Open-work construction of this model is the natural cover, it separates the flame and does not camouflage or eclipse it. Deep black colour perfectly emphasises intensive colours of the dancing flames. Sandblasted ecoburner, 60 cm long, is a subtle decoration – it does not dominate over the interior and does not disrupt the essence.
MIKA Bio fireplace with its modern shape will easily match the hotel or restaurant interior, but also the apartments set up in an industrial style. It is unique, expressive, delightful and inspirational. Its advantages will be appreciated by the admirers of simplicity and artistic forms.

photo: Aktys

Bio fireplace MIKA with modern shape will easily match to hotel or restaurant interior, but also in our apartments, set up in industrial style. It is unique, expresses personality, delights and inspires. Its advantages will be appreciated by aficionados of simplicity and artistic forms.

photo: Aktys