The core of our fireplaces. Ultimate in design flexibility.
With our clean-burning bio ethanol burner you can create a unique atmosphere with superior comfort & design. An ethanol burner gives your imagination the freedom to complement any living space.
From fabulous foundations, you enjoy freedom to build beyond the boundaries.
BK5 Ethanol Burner1,445.95 € Award-winning burner that sets a stylish standard for EcoSmart Fire design
XS340 Ethanol Burner961.95 € Small sister of the XL burner series, but with a long-lasting burn time.
XL500 Ethanol Burner2,534.95 € The smallest of the long burners, but still delivering a beautifully ‘extended’ flame.
XL700 Ethanol Burner2,716.45 € Sleek linear lines create a stretched flame for distinctive designs.
XL900 Ethanol Burner2,897.95 € One of the most popular of the elongated flames.
XL1200 Ethanol Burner3,079.45 € The longest of the elongated flames.
AB3 Ethanol Burner719.95 € A small and popular powerhouse with a burn time of up to 11 hours.
AB8 Ethanol Burner1,203.95 € Compact round-shaped burner which generates a beautiful large-scale flame
VB2 Ethanol Burner961.95 € Transform traditional fireplaces with ease
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The perfect fit
The streamlined design of the products synchronises effortlessly within award-winning architectural projects.
Light up outdoor spaces with a soft, alluring glow - easily and efficiently, without cumbersome connections.
Magnify your space
See-through open fires provide a distinctive design element and enhance the feeling of space.
EcoSmart ethanol burners can be installed just about anywhere.
Easy to clean
Our ethanol burners can be washed in hot water (or even put in your dishwasher), setting them apart from the rest.
EcoSmart is the product of choice by many world-renowned architects and designers.
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Home heating tips
Heating a home makes up almost half a utility bill. According to the US Department of Energy, the average household spends up to $1500 on heating each winter.
2021 ethanol fireplace trends
Today, more than ever, creating distinctive social settings that are welcoming and feel like 'home' is a vital trend across myriad architectural environments — from commercial to hospitality to residential.
It was recognised as Australasia’s leading business hotel at the 2010 Annual World Travel Awards, and in recent times the Westin Hotel in Sydney has added a touch of ‘home’ with the opening of its new Lobby Room, a private retreat for business travellers.
Fire is synonymous with celebration; it comes in the form of softly flickering candles at a formal dinner, a warm, crackling fireplace at a family gathering, or even the spark that sends fireworks shooting into the sky on New Year’s.
Chalice of fire
The team at Fabric Ten in the UK understands outdoor environments. Its core business is creating permanent tensile structures – sail shades – for residential and commercial outdoor areas. “At Fabric Ten we look at each project as unique, and pride ourselves on delivering individual solutions for individual people, taking care to offer a high quality experience from design to installation,” says architect/ designer Michael Reed.
A successful banker based in the centre of London, Sebastien Gianfermi and his architect-trained wife refurbished a 19th century, Regency penthouse into a sophisticated two-level family home. The iconic British style of architecture was given a much-needed modern makeover that not only breathed new life into the building but also captured the couple’s signature style.
When designing a contemporary new single dwelling from scratch, architectural and interior design firm SAAJ Design in Melbourne was given carte blanche to celebrate as many design opportunities as possible, creating a highly private home with strong connections to the exterior.
Melbourne’s design house Chateau Couture has a clear vision – to recreate the timeless classical beauty of European interiors and architecture by integrating all the elements of revered classical European style. Showcasing its services and providing realistic settings is a crucial part of Chateau Couture’s marketing methods – and its elegant showroom plays a key role.