Suspended Stainless Steel Fireplace


The Aeris Stainless Steel Fireplace features a striking and functional design conceptualized by Federico Otero. Instead of using firewood or requiring a gas connection, the Aeris uses a combustion chamber running on denatured ethanol. When the summer months roll around, the combustion chamber can easily be removed and a stylish drink cooler can take its place. With the ability to rotate 360 degrees and be hung at six different heights, the Aeris will surely add a unique touch to any room of the house.



Cocoon Fires’ website
via [Motiq Online]



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