The Gyrofocus was voted ‘World’s Most Beautiful Object’ in the famous Pulchra Design Competition. To this lofty perch it comes from humble beginnings./BRANDMADE.TV
In 1967, when French sculptor Dominique Imbert banged together a simple scrap metal fireplace to heat his freezing studio, he had no idea his design would garner international acclaim. Watch how a Gyrofocus Fireplace is made.via: BRANDMADE.TV
Far from your traditional hearth, the free-standing suspended fireplace looks more like a piece of art. Maybe that’s why it’s a permanent fixture at museums around the world.
GyroFocus marks a revolution in fire, making a huge impact in your home or workspace, and has been the recipient of numerous design awards during its lifetime.A stainless steel ball-bearing system allows the fireplace to be rotated so it can be easily directed to face different parts of the room.