For the second time this year, the Escea Danish interns ventured off into the great NZ outdoors to uphold Escea intern tradition. Beginning Friday night, the group started the trip in Oamaru, lounging, drinking, eating and sleeping under the stars.
Saturday was action-packed with activities ranging from tramping, investigating caves and biking through rolling valleys. On the way to Mt Cook they visited Elephant Rocks, Canyon Creek and whale fossils; stopping briefly for a quick dip in Canyon Creek – just a taste tester of what was to come (And they thought that was cold).
Sold across the world in the U.K, Australia, North America, and now in Europe; Escea’s DX Series fireplaces are only just warming up.
This entertaining area provides its owners with the ultimate in contemporary outdoor living. Designed by architect David Hill of Wilson and Hill Architects, the project design was influenced by the need to integrate the addition with the existing family home. The result maximises the space on the property and its magnificent location, as well as creating a harmonious flow between the indoors and outdoors.
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.
After choosing the correct size of a gas fireplace with the right heat output, the retailer will often ask you what kind of style front and fuel bed you require. This is when we see that the majority of buyers get overwhelmed with choice. Below we will cover some tips on how to choose your fuel bed (also known as flame effect, fire effect and fireplace bed, fire bed).
Similar to the fascia of the fireplace, the base of dancing flames should work with the rest of the room and match the taste of the owner. Manufacturers of fireplaces come up with various options but in general you can expect variations on imitation logs, a rocky fuel bed or modern solutions from broken glass to other colourful material.
Indoor-outdoor flow is very important for many people who like to make the most of their urban gardens. Many city dwellers would love to relax in their outdoor space on colder days and not just use the swimming pool in summer. A covered deck and an outdoor fireplace can be a good start to make this option possible.
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.