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Wallpaper* Design Awards 2011
Brazil-born, Switzerland-based designer Yanes Wühl designed this wood burner for his diploma project at École Cantonale d'Art de Lausanne (ECAL). Wühl wanted to design a sculptural stove that would create a cosy environment. The concrete base can store wood for the cast-iron stove above, while the smoke outlet (to be attached to a flue) is at the back so the flat top can be used to warm dishes or boil a kettle. Heat is controlled by the position of the sliding door. Made of Corten steel, which stays cooler than cast iron, the door can be opened without gloves. If the enthusiastic response at Wühl's degree show is anything to go by, the stove should be in production very soon.
Key features: Wood-burning stove prototype, in cast iron with a concrete base and a Corten steel door, to warm a 120 sq m room
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