The exciting new Bio Fuel Fire Bowl is the product of an interesting collaboration between two industry leaders - Agnews and Lump Sculpture Studio.
The exciting new Bio Fuel Fire Bowl is the product of an interesting collaboration between two industry leaders - Agnews Fireplaces and Lump Sculpture Studio. Agnews specialises in creative fireplace solutions, while Lump Sculpture Studio is one of Australia's premiere designers and creators of contemporary art and outdoor sculptures.
Chris Vassallo, principal sculptor with Lump Sculpture Studio explains, "Our wood-burning Fire Bowls have been a popular choice with architects and designers for quite some time now. We're proud that Fire Bowls have found their way into numerous projects around the country. Although the original wood-burning versions have their unique character and remain popular, we identified some projects where a simpler integrated burner system might suit better. Rooftop gardens for example, where managing timber fuel stocks can be difficult. That's when we called on the expertise of Agnews Fireplaces to help find the right fire system for the Fire Bowl.
Agnews came up with a slick Bio Fuel Burner kit that proportions well with the Fire Bowl and provides the dramatic flame effect we were looking for and had all of the credentials that were important to us. We're thrilled with the new version. It looks sensational with its polished stainless steel burner contrasting against the weathered patina of the Fire Bowl. Together we've managed to take an already good product to another level".
The Bio Fuel Fire Bowls are available in two finishes, marine-grade Stainless Steel and Corten Steel for the 'weathered look'.
Agnews has remained at the forefront of the fireplace industry by introducing alternatives in fireplace decor. Its product range includes mantels and surrounds; gas, wood and electric fires. Agnews also offers a comprehensive consultation service and also has a design service available for customised fireplace projects.
For more information on Agnews visit: www.agnews.com.au