The very thought of relaxing in a house that is structurally unique, cosy and architecturally modern evokes images that are soothing as well as tempting.
The quintessential Christchurch dining place Saggio di Vino is again open in the New Zealand garden city, after experiencing devastating earthquakes in September 2010 and February 2011. This is clearly an exciting piece of news for wine and fine dining enthusiasts. The food is great, the wine list is exceptional and the owners Lisa & Yommi are just as hospitable as ever.
A trendsetter and award-winner in the fireplace industry, Escea’s success has been the result of continually pushing the boundaries of innovative design.
This looks set to continue with us having been recently invited to submit an entry to a high profile architectural industry competition seeking well designed product having new features available for architects. The “World Architecture News Awards” are emerging international competitions with various categories focused on architects and designers. The Escea DX1500 was entered in the Product of the Year category. You can view our entry here.
Spanish architecture firm A-Cero Architecture has come up with idea of using stone for nearly all interior and exterior elements of a gorgeous house near Madrid. The company used cream travertine slabs to clad outside walls, surround of a swimming pool and floors on two levels of this stunning residential property.
Yes. You can have your fireplace in the middle of the room and enjoy its ambiance and warmth without the need for a pillar or wall to cover the flue pipes.
Millbrook is a world-class resort nestled within the Southern Alps of New Zealand offering five star accommodation, luxurious spa, top quality restaurants and leading golf facilities. Among the 175 boutique hotel rooms are spacious villas which all have Escea fireplaces with classic satin black Velo fronts.