Mishaps, if you let them, can often lead to something unexpected and wonderful...it all depends on your approach to the situation.
This firebox is a design that resulted from a mishap that happened during the construction of another piece.
There's something magical about a fireplace crackling in the evening or early morning quiet, watching the flames licking at the air while sipping a cup of comfort. But some spaces are too small or lack the wall area for a traditional type.
Now, The Firebox fills that yearning for a fireplace... on our main floor.
The Firebox is designed with two pieces of 180 year old hand-hewn barn beams, a hand-pressed concrete trough, cradled in a welded steel base. Each piece is separate from the other, for easy transportation and positioning. In the concrete trough sit two pieces of tempered pieces of glass measuring 23 3/4" wide by 10" high, held in place by the river rock that fills the trough. Three canisters of fire-gel are set amongst the stones. Their burn-time is 3-4 hours.
A touch of the old world with a modern industrial twist. The Firebox creates warmth, provides a place to set your drink, and lets your mind wander, while allowing time to pass by for just a little bit.
A haunting song to listen too while enjoying the ambiance - "My Love", by Sia.
The dimensions of this piece are : Total width of all 3 pieces together : 28"W (beam, concrete, beam) and 38"L Height from floor to top of wood :13.5" plus 4" for the glass to extend above the wood height = 17.5"H
Great for both indoor and outdoor spaces The Firebox can be made to any size.
Ever wondered what the difference is between cement and concrete? Well, maybe not...but here at Studio50, concrete is an everyday thing. It’s not unusual to hear the two terms used interchangeably, but they are definitely two very different things.