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February 12th, 2013
Fancy a fireplace in your kitchen?

Fires can be integrated into every living space in a home. One trend proving increasingly popular internationally is the incorporation of a fire into a kitchen area.

DL850 Escea kitchen gas fire place Kitchens are considered the “heart” of a home and are the most functional rooms in a house. Installing a fire into a kitchen seems a natural thing – it will provide warmth, comfort and ambience in the place where people gravitate to most in a home.

Providing a dramatic design statement, as well as being aesthetic the inclusion of a fire into a kitchen is also practical. A fire connects a kitchen and living area and by installing it into the bench also means that the spaces in the home are being utilised.

Our Architectural Detailer Grant Simpson has drafted the following images of fires installed in kitchen scenarios.

Plans to a Escea gas fire in a kitchen

Fires were traditionally an essential part of a kitchen for cooking on and these designs provide a modern twist on the tradition of having a fire in your cooking space.

Plans including an Escea gas fire in the dinning and living area

As you can see in these images the possibilities for Escea fires in your home are endless. With Escea’s unique heat ducting technology with heat circulating vents you can almost put a fire anywhere you wish to in your home.

2 thoughts on “Fancy a fireplace in your kitchen?

  1. please advise what the power vent system looks like in these pictures? Clearly the venting is out the basement or crawl space. I I would lke to mirror the venting shown ie down across and out but need to know more to show our contrator and enstaller. We have found a suppliet for the Ascea 90o in our province and just need to know and ensure we can power vent down and out as discribed b/4 putting in the order.

    • Hi Ron,
      The fireplace shown here is a DL850, which can flue down and under the floor, however it is currently only available in New Zealand / Australia.

      The Escea ST900 can flue upwards and sideways, for more information on the ST900 flue with diagrams, see the installation manual which can be found here: http://www.escea.com/technical

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