Wood Stove By Yanes Mühl
A stove is a modern day necessity to most. None however, have much original design appeal. This particular stove, designed by Yanes Mühl, was built with intention of being interpreted as a sculpture or functional focal piece. Generally the stove is a standardized, imposing object that once placed will not be removed any time soon. Though on this one, three burners are missing it makes up for in bold minimalism look. The concrete base is used to store the logs and the cast iron upper part holds the wood while burning. When the door is closed, the stove can be an auxiliary heater for a 120 cubic metre room and when held open, it creates an instant cozy fireplace atmosphere.