Wireplace on the Wall Street Journal

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Wireplace is a bio ethanol fireplace looking unusual.

The structure is made of steel rod, a light aesthetic effect, projected in height. The flame burns in mid-air in an amazing way.

The idea rises from Giulio Iacchetti creativity.

 

Wall Street Journal bio ethanol fireplace Giulio Iacchetti handcrafted made in Italy steel concrete cement white Carrara marble

100% made in Italy handcrafting. Its heavy base grants stability and safety of the fireplace, and two protection glasses isolate flame from all dangers.

The Wall Street Journal, in its paper version published on Saturday december 5th, shows our Wireplace into a very short bio ethanol fireplaces selection. Their story talks about bio ethanol fireplaces highlights compared to a traditional fireplace: no smoke, no ash and no soot.

Wall Street Journal bio ethanol fireplace Giulio Iacchetti handcrafted made in Italy steel concrete cement white Carrara marble illustration by PETER OUMANSKI

Then aesthetic appearance is very important too: these items allow the greatest inventiveness about design, shape, materials and colours.

Wall Street Journal bio ethanol fireplace Giulio Iacchetti handcrafted made in Italy steel concrete cement white Carrara marble

All our bio ethanol fireplaces are equipped with a patented and tested steel burner, what grants top safety.

Wireplace can be chosen with natural concrete base or with a more luxurious Carrara white marble base. Its steel frame can be lacquered white, black or red. Every fireplace is built on demand for our customers.

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