With its curved heat-resistant glass panels allowing the fire to be viewed from 180°, this model emanates serenity.
The wall version of the Agorafocus, this fireplace takes its name - ‘Edo’ - from the forerunner of Tokyo in the 15th - 19th centuries: a city in which this model recently won a bid against international competitors to be installed in 121 deluxe flats. Tokyo has graciously lent its ancient name to the fireplace it elected winner.
Hearth Diameter: 0.63 m
Flue and other fitting elements: Made to measure dependent upon ceiling height and project specific requirements
Paint: Heat-resistant matte black (standard) or anthracite grey
Fuel: Wood burning
Ash Removal: Side opening panel
Nominal Heat Output: 10 kW
CO output: 0.12%
To Floor: 45 cm - 50 cm to non-combustible flooring
On All Sides:
25 cm to non-combustible material
36 cm to combustible material