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Architect Visit: Minimalist Fireplace Roundup

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Architect Visit: Minimalist Fireplace Roundup

November 21, 2008

A collection of appealingly low-key fireplaces, just in time for winter.


Above: A sleek yet inviting hearth from Belgian interior architects Renaud De Poorter and Femke Holdrinet.


Above: From the portfolio of photographer Paul Massey.


Above: The house of Belgian designer Jos Devriendt.


Above: British architect John Pawson’s own fireplace in London.


Above: A fireplace from the portfolio of Daniel Hertzell.


Above: A rustic modern fireplace spotted on Purple Area.


Above: A fireplace in Sweden from Strata Arkitektur.


Above: New York minimalism from Steven Harris Architecture.


Above: A house in London, via In Space.


Above: Another one from the portfolio of photographer Paul Massey.


Above: Messana O’Rorke’s take on the minimal hearth.

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