Gyrofocus FireRustic Living Room, Devon

This iconic fire, designed in 1968, was the first suspended 360° pivotable fire and is now the signature model and symbol of Focus

1250mm diameter 6kw

Inspiration for a rustic living room in Devon with brick flooring and a hanging fireplace. —  Houzz
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Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Alternative Fireplaces That Aren't a Standard Open Hearth22 September 2017

Hang it loose If you’re looking for an alternative fireplace that makes a real design statement in a room, consider a hanging fire. The iconic Gyrofocus model here, which first came out in 1968, was the first suspended, 360-degree pivoting fireplace. It consists of an open hearth inside a steel construction. Since it came out, there have been various other designs from Focus, the company that produced it, and other firms – some with an open fire, and others with a glass door. The long flue is suspended from the ceiling, which means it can be positioned anywhere in the room. It’s a great option for an open-plan space where you’d like to create a cosy seating area around the fire.Which of these different types of fireplace do you think you’ll go for? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.

Lara Sargent added this to 9 of the Warmest Ways to Cosy Up Your Living Space11 October 2014

Fire up your imaginationNothing can beat the roar, crackle and glow of a real, open fire when its cold, dark and rainy outside. If an open fire is a tad too traditional for your tastes, why not invest in a super-contemporary, sculptural fireplace like this one. This clever, suspended Gyrofocus design, which can be rotated, adds a sensational centrepiece to the room – and of course will keep everyone toasty to boot.Read expert advice on choosing the right fire for your home

Jo Simmons added this to Ask a Designer: How Do I Choose The Right Fire For My Home?25 September 2014

Turn it roundA suspended, pivotal fire can be rotated, making it a super-versatile option, as you can turn the fire to face you, depending on how you use your space at different times of the day. ‘This particular design, the Gyrofocus, can be rotated through 360 degrees,’ says Lynda Taylor, manager of Devon-based fireplace company Diligence International. It has a fire bowl made to a standard 125cm diameter, but the flue is made to measure, to suit any space. ‘This means it can be installed almost anywhere,’ says Lynda.

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Alley Ballard added this to ARTEMIS ACRES13 January 2020

This is like 1 million dollars right?

rayriley1609 added this to Ideen von rayriley160917 November 2019

Sehr coole Kombi aus Altbau und modernem Kaminofen-Design

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