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10 Favorites: Minimalist Fireplaces from Members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

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10 Favorites: Minimalist Fireplaces from Members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Alexa Hotz April 13, 2013

A roundup of minimalist hearths from members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.

Above L: A stone ledge creates a display shelf in the Ten Broek house by Messana O'Rorke Architects. Above R: New York minimalism from Steven Harris Architecture.

Above: An apartment in New York by Messana O'Rorke Architects.

Above: A simple steel fireplace surround in a New York studio by MESH Architectures.

Above: A niche mantle above a fireplace in the Alamo Residence by Kristie Michelini Interiors.

Above: An inconspicuous fireplace by Leone Design Studio in a Meatpacking District loft.

Above: A fireplace at the Modern Barn Residence in Wilton, Connecticut by Specht Harpman Architects.

Above: A simple hearth in a beach house by Christoff:Finio Architecture in New York.

Above: A modernist house in Tahoe by John Maniscalco Architecture.

Above: A New York apartment by Page Goolrick Architect.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on December 19, 2010.

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