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Chromifocus – Mondrian-inspired fire

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Is it art or is it a home appliance? Well, the Chromifocus fire is probably both.

No prizes for guessing where the inspiration comes from – Dutch artist Piet Mondrian, in particular, his work with colour blocks from the 1920s. But there’s more to this fire that meets the eye – those colour blocks actually slide across, so you can hide your fire when not in use, passing it off as an expensive art installation.

The electric version is shown here, but you can also get the Chromifocus as a gas fire. Neither is cheap though – expect to pay around £10,000.

Find out more at the Diligence International website

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