Studio Woodburner

Warmington Fires
  • 1. Double Skin design
  • 2. Clean air approved through the Ecan.
  • 3. Three options including an oven
  • 4. Range of colours available
  • 5. Wetback option
Studio Woodburner
Product Name
Studio Woodburner
Designer
Peter Haythornthwaite
Manufacturer
Warmington Fires
Manufactured
New Zealand
HVAC
Fireplaces and Stoves
Material
Metal, Steel
Characteristics
Indoor
Installation
Freestanding
Style
Contemporary
Features
With oven
Source
Wood

The Studio was designed by Peter Haythornthwaite to complement both contemporary and traditional interiors. Despite its small size, the stove has a high heat output and due to its designa nd in-built technology.

Available in a variety of colours, with wetback option to save power and for use during power cuts.


Specifications:

Made from mild steel, and a 23L firebox size, and heat output of 7.4kw. Woodburner available in stove and oven, and with wetback option.

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