‘Next Residential’ is a two-storey home builder located in Perth who offer uniquely designed and beautifully finished homes. Next Residential participated in the 2014 Appealathon by designing and building a home that is being sold entirely for charity. 100 percent of the sale proceeds go to the Spine and Limb Foundation; a non-for-profit organisation providing services, advocacy and advice to persons who have sustained permanent spinal cord injury and persons who have sustained traumatic or genetic limb loss. An Escea ST900, a low energy consumption ambient fireplace, was contributed to the home as the focal point for the family living area. Watch the whole project unfold in the timelapse video.
We’ll be at the Auckland Home Show this week with four of our stunning fireplaces; our double sided DX1500, DL1100, ST900 and our outdoor fireplace, the EF5000. We’ll be hanging out at Stand 3 in Hall 8.
The show starts this Wednesday, the 10th of September and runs until the 14th of September at the ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane. You can head on in from 10am until 9pm Wednesday-Saturday and 10am-6pm on Sunday.
Our team at Escea would love to see you, so pop on in and say hello.
We’re going to be at the Melbourne Home Show on the 14th-17th August 2014. The show will be open from 10am-6pm for the four days at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre. TheMelbourne Home Show is the longest running Home Show for all of the latest products, industry trends, and free advice. You could even pick up a show special!
We’re going to be at the Perth Home Show at stand G19 on the 8th-10th August 2014. The show will be open from 10am-6pm for the three days at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. The Perth Home Show is the most popular for all of the latest products, industry trends, and free advice. You could even pick up a show special.
We’re so excited to let you know that we’re going to be at NZ’s largest build and construction expo: BuildNZ DesignEX Canterbury.
Renovating an entire house isn’t an easy feat – even more so than building from scratch. Trying to create the vision you imagine while adhering to the limitations of the current structure can be a nightmare – “can” being the key word. Bob and Sandra had their perfect design in mind and nothing was going to stop them. From the beginning, the only item they were absolutely sure of was the Escea ST900 fireplace. When they first approached the Architect, Bob remarked “we want this fireplace, so you need to build around it”. And the rest is history.
In a poetic contradiction, the spectacular view visible from the floor-to-ceiling windows is powerful to the soul yet delicate to the eye; a picture perfect surround which is complemented by the subtle, earthy components scattered throughout the home. To capture the countryside, Herman De Oliveira chose design features which would echo our ecosphere, from a marble slab bench top and polished wooden floors to an Escea NZ River Rock fuel bed.
The Escea ST900 fireplace is Escea’s smaller, easy-to-install fireplace with our most natural-looking flame display, perfect for rooms in which ambience is the focus, rather than heat. The ST900 has been a huge success in New Zealand and the USA since its original launch in 2009, and Escea is excited to announce its official launch in the Australian market this December.
Escea range changes are under way for this year with a transition from older IB Series models to the very efficient DX and DL Series models.
Please find a list of the upcoming changes which will affect the New Zealand and to the lesser degree Australian market.
The vertical ST500 (NZ) indoor gas fireplace has been dropped from the range. In mid 2013 we will release the DL1100 fireplace which will replace the IB1100. This year we will also phase down the IB600 (NZ) fireplace.
The Stuart Street Mac’s Brew Bar is the latest place to be. Having renovated its interior in a big way, the owners are hoping to draw a huge footfall especially during weekends and the upcoming festive season. The impressive interior is complimented by two Escea fireplaces used not only for their heating capacity but also to enhance the feel of different areas within the premises. [ Read more ]