Clean Burn

Earlier this month, design greats from around the world made the trek to Milan for the International Furniture Fair, or what the New York Times refers to as the “Design Olympics.” This year, designers made a conscious effort to incorporate sustainable and recycled materials into their product launches, whether it was a plastic chair made from recycled Coca-Cola bottles or a free-form chair crafted from recycled aluminum foil.

What caught our attention, though, was a fireplace being touted as “the world’s first smokeless fire” by Planika Studios called Fire Line. According to the Design Corner blog, “Fire Line appliances don’t burn fossil fuel, but rather the distinctively named Fanola—“based on ethanol of plant origin, Fanola® is a renewable and green source of energy. While burning it produces no smoke, no smell and leaves no ashes.” Nor does it produce any CO2; thus, it requires neither venting, nor chimney, nor expensive and timely installation.”

What do you think about smokeless fire?

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