It’s true: A fireplace is the focal point of any living room. Whether you prefer a stone surround or something more modern, these fireplaces prove that a striking design is all it takes to become center stage in these stylish spaces. Fireplaces provide far more than heat and a cozy place to curl up. They can fulfill architectural roles and become artistic accouterments. This fireplace serves as a sophisticated room divider, and it demands attention. The gas-fed flames rise out of a bed of shiny river rock set on a four-foot long firescape. It is mounted below an upside-down chimney in this home’s living room.
The beauty of this fireplace is its freedom. It easily mounts on the floor, sitting on a base of masonry or black steel, and it can be installed in almost any room. The gas flame is visible from every direction, set behind a band of glass panels that slide around the fireplace’s metal trunk. The designer drew inspiration from the open space and clean lines of Japanese interiors.
In an cold-weather environment, the fireplace would be used quite often, so she undoubtedly made it the centerpiece of the gathering room. This energy-efficient gas fireplace offers the convenience of a preset thermostat with its sleek stainless steel design. To complement the maple flooring and pull in a taste of the outdoors, Linda added birch panels to the fireplace chase and a three-dimensional, steel wall sculpture with midcentury designs in mind.You can download all 8 of Zeta Architecture: Hexagon is the new circle in 2016 photo to your laptop by right clicking picture and then save image as. Don't forget to share if you interest with this photo.