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  • Iittala - Fireplace
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    Iittala - Fireplace
    Iittala presents a completely new product with the fireplace by Ilkka Suppanen – a fireplace for inside of the house. With this fireplace you can bring a comfortable fireplace inside of the house, completely without wood and a chimney. You can place the fireplace wherever you want. With its size, the fireplace can also be placed on tables or commodes. The fire creates a pleasant light everywhere, as well as a comfortable atmosphere. The fire burns inside of the bent glass panel and inside of a metal bowl. This is why it is saved and protected. The mythic and wild fire is controlled inside of the fireplace and only available for you, as relaxation pole, to inspire you in your own four walls. Fireplace is powered with bio-ethanol and burns scent-free as well as without carbon! The concept Bioethanol refers to only 100% ethanol or denatured ethanol. More details: Design: Ilkka Suppanen. Material: Glass, steel. Measurements: H 38 cm , L 43 cm. For indoor use only. Only use with a minimum safety distance of 0.5 m from walls, curtains, roof ceilings, as well as other inflammable materials as for example candles. Place on a horizontal and resistant surface. Keep away from the reach of children and pets. Not to be used as heater or cooking item. The exterior surfaces get hot, the risk o burns because of touching while it is on. Do not place on windy and hot places or on windowsills or near other electronic devices. The minimum room size is 25 m² or a room content of 60 m³
  • Iittala - Kaasa Fireplace
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    Iittala - Kaasa Fireplace
    Kaasa is a bioethanol working fireplace for the interior and exterior illumination from Iittala. The design was coined by the Finnish designer Ilkka Suppanem. Kaasa is made out of heat resistant glass and stainless steel by Iittala. Initially, Kaasa was an historical sea-sign (Baken), which stool along the Bothnia sea coast before. They were manufactured out of stone or wood and were similar to wooden piles of fireplaces before burning. Some Kaasas were sea signs for sailors, others marked good fishing areas, Sometimes there was fire set near Kaasas, to keep enemies away. At the end of the 19th century Kaasas lost their meaning and were replaced by lighthouses. Ilkka Suppanem created a new interpretation of these historical sea signs for the Finnish manufacturer Iittala. The word “Kaasa” comes from the Finnish concept “kasa” which means pile or bunch. More details: Kaasa is adapted to be used in rooms at normal temperatures (15 to 25 °C). It shouldn’t be used at places with direct sun income or near warmth sources. It has to be mounted so that no direct wind comes to it, e.g. In front of an open door or an open window. The room, where Kaasa is used in, shouldn’t have less than 25 m² of area or 60 m³ of volume and it has to be sufficiently aired. Kaasa shouldn’t be used as heater.
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