French industrial designer, Arthur Senant refers to his design as “Hell’s machine,” personally, I think that this design came from heaven! And I say that because no matter how big your apartment may be there always seems to be a lack of space! I guess that this is partially due to the fact that in today’s info world we are packed with information and stuff which may truly be unnecessary but apparently we need them!
This cleverly designed wood stove not only provides warmth, comfort and a practical approach to space saving, but it pleases our aesthetics. The white metal sheet shelves extend from the vent of Vulcan stove and can transform the stoves’ design at any given time as they can be arranged according to your needs. Right next to the fireplace you can neatly stack your wood supply. On the shelves you can stack your books, dishes, or whatever you find fit! When it’s time to cook, the firewood goes in two cabinets underneath the cast iron stove.
The Vulcan Stove is ideal for people with smaller living spaces who don’t want to sacrifice their taste for design. Furthermore, the glass valve gives a feeling that this product is not just an ordinary stove but an ideal fireplace. Allowing you to gaze at the fire it emits for hours. Additionally, two pull out drawer spaces which have been designed right beneath the fireplace providing extra storage space.
Right in the middle of winter, and in practical times as these, where electric heaters and radiators compete for equal attention; a warm, cozy, functional fireplace as this makes me enjoy the cold winter days more than you can imagine!