Pure geometry and a clever play on volumes make Reflex the perfect accessory of relax areas. It is a bio ethanol fireplace with a function of a coffee table thanks to the double shelf wine rack and storage compartment. Design is by Matteo Ragni.
His structure is available in black or white lacquered MDF (matt or brillant) or in wengè, canaletto walnut or tanganika multi layer.
A gentle but safe structure will allow you to enjoy the pleasure of a flame in any room of your home.
The bio ethanol fireplace requires no chimney or masonry work to fix it. And it burns an organic alcohol.
Research and development center designed a burner that optimizes combustion and flame control in compliance with all safety standards. In this way it guarantees a safe product to use even in the absence of a protective glass ensuring a steady flame also in case of air currents.
Reflex tank contains 2.6 liters of alcohol and provides a constant flame duration from 5 to 8 hours depending on its selected intensity.
Its dimensions in cm are: L.60 x P.52 x H.62.
The system is designed to offer high performance using the latest technologies, so that you can take advantage of the heat of fire both at the home and in public.
Matteo Ragni, graduated in Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano. With Giulio Iacchetti in 2001 he was awarded with Compasso d’Oro ADI for the disposable biogradable spork “Moscardino”, which is now part of the permanent design collection at MOMA New York.
He recently won the Wallpaper Design Award ’08 with Leti, a table lamp/book end produced by Danese. In 2008 he founded TobeUs: brand of wooden toy cars handcrafted in Italy, a brand that wants to be a manifesto for consumer’s awareness. With TobeUs he regularly organizes workshops and exhibitions. Recently he published with Corraini “Camparisoda: l’aperitivo veloce futurista: da Fortunato Depero a Matteo Ragni”, and “Wallpaper celebrations”. In 2012 he won the National Award for Innovation “Prize of Prizes” for the project W-eye. At the end of 2013 a celebratory exhibition about his work entitled “Matteo Ragni: Almost 20 Years of Design” was held at the “Italian Cultural Institute of Toronto”. In 2014, with Giulio Iacchetti, he won the second Compasso d’Oro ADI for the series of Montini manholes.In 2015 he gets invited with the role of representative of italian design to the Tianjin Design Week edition with a solo exhibition: Design for Better Days, a show photographically narrate by Max Rommel.
Today, along with his activity of designer, he teaches, he works as an architect and an art director.