Hasan Agar from London based Flying Cavalries company has recently sent us pictures of three of their exceptional fireplaces designs: the incredible Magma fireplace, the contemporary Hillside Fireplace and the unique Aurora Fireplace. All three designs complement the dancing flames, creating a comfort zone and helping you escape from every day stress. Enjoy each of the designs and don’t forget to tell us which one you like most.

1. The Magma Fireplace

Inspired by volcanoes, the Magma Fireplace conveys the powerful sentiment and a strong visual impact, accentuated by the playful flames of the fire. Designed to create a connection between the human and the earth, the fireplace uses a bold range of coloured layers carved into a wooden block. Designers describe the amazing Magma Fireplace: “Magma’s colours go from red and melt into gray. The coloured layering that distinguish and make this fireplace special can be seen both from the top-view of the fireplace and from the side. You will be passionate about this sculptural object. It will not only be an astonishing decorative element in your home, but also a functional and stylish coffee table to use every day, and a smokeless ethanol based fireplace to keep you warm in the cold weather.”

2. The Hillside Fireplace

Inspired by the hillsides and borrowing their name, the Hillside Fireplace consists of two seamlessly integrated elements: an ergonomic sofa chair and a coffee table. Made from three natural materials – oak, natural stone, and glass – the versatile fireplace can be used as a compact, larger coffee table for entertaining or as a comfortable singular retreat in the shape of a relaxing sofa chair and fireplace. The transformable Hillside Fireplace is adjustable, adaptable, efficient, and compact, perfect for maximizing space in a contemporary manner.

3. The Aurora Fireplace

Inspired by the polar lights, the Aurora Fireplace gathers the natural occurrence of colourful light display in the sky under its sumptuous shapes. The sculptural object rests on 5 legs, symbolising the dance of the beam lights in the night sky. Designers from Flying Cavalries describe it as a “free-standing chimney-free fireplace which is composed from a natural stone surface, coloured transparent bearing legs, and a smokeless burner. The natural stone, which has been reshaped but sticks to the stone’s natural form, combines with the fire burner to form a harmonious blend of hot and cold.

free-standing chimney-free fireplace which is composed from a natural stone surface, coloured transparent bearing legs, and a smokeless burner. The natural stone, which has been reshaped but sticks to the stone’s natural form, combines with the fire burner to form a harmonious blend of hot and cold.