Three wonderful wood burning outdoor fireplaces that also serve as gathering spots for entertaining. The Zero, The Rondo and The Zen from AK47 are simultaneously modern and rustic. Made of steel, stone and copper, the large round fireplaces are as great looking when in use as they are when not in use. All three styles featured here are sold in moderately easy to assemble kits.
Zero is a wood fireplace for outdoor use designed for pleasant outdoor moments. Design and art blend to form a new furnishing accessory and its mission is very simple: bringing people together.
It is provided with a closing disk that covers the combustion chamber, so as to prevent residual material getting out in the event of rain or wind:
Not just the fireplace but also the container for firewood which, when not in use, can also be a useful storage surface:
Supplied in a ready-to assemble kit
Rondo is a wood fireplace for outdoor use with supporting structure in steel and round stone sitting. The natural elements of fire and stone are simply combined together with a modern design, thanks to technology and craftsmanship.
It is provided with a closing disk that covers the combustion chamber, so as to prevent residual material getting out in the event of rain or wind.
If necessary, it can also become a comfortable supporting base and the natural chromatic variations of stone guarantee uniqueness.
Supplied in a ready-to assemble kit:
Zen is a wood fireplace for outdoor use with a circular steel crown and built-in brazier.
Stone, gravel, volcanic lapilli and sand are only some of the natural elements that may be used to complete the Zen.
It is provided with a closing disk that covers the combustion chamber, so as to prevent residual material getting out in the event of rain or wind. Zen can also be sunk in the ground.
Supplied in a ready-to-assemble kit:
AK47 designs many wonderful other outdoor fireplaces and fabulous wood holders, see all their products here.
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