• Gyrofocus

    This seminal design, created by Dominique Imbert in 1968, was the first suspended, 360° pivoting fireplace. It was revolutionary as much for its technical design as its groundbreaking style. Its ease of installation, made-to-measure flue and its heat efficiency have all contributed to make this fireplace the signature model and symbol of Focus. This international classic has been exhibited in the Bordeaux Contemporary Art Museum (1996), the National Centre of Contemporary Art in Grenoble (1997) and in New York's Guggenheim Museum (1998). In 2009, it won first prize in Italy's Pulchra design competition, in which 74,425 international online voters chose the...
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  • Curvifocus

    The award winning Gas Fire and Model of the Year across all categories, the world’s first concave gas fire, the Curvifocus offers an exceptional view of the flames and makes all eyes converge towards it. The simplicity of the shape of this fire belies its exceptional heat performance, making it eco-friendly and meeting European standards.
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  • Slimfocus

    The Slimfocus, the latest creation from Dominique Imbert’s design studio, is the sleek result of a quest for aesthetic fluidity, minimum volume and excellent heat performance. A revolution in contemporary fireplaces, the Slimfocus is an assertive presence, a periscope of fire that synthesises a whole philosophy.
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  • Eurofocus Gas

    Audacious yet sober, this expansive fireplace proudly displays its flames in their full splendour. This model is enhanced whether placed centrally in a room, in a corner or against a flat wall. It won the “Mercure du Design” award in Paris.
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  • Magmafocus

    Inspired by its close relative, the legendary Gyrofocus, but in no way intended as a surrogate, the Magmafocus differs in several significant ways: it has a diameter that is 15 cm smaller (1.10 m), it has a base (which is attached to the floor, so the hearth does not pivot).
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  • Bathyscafocus

    This unobtrusive and elegant suspended 360 degree pivot-able fire is stylish and compact. It is now also available with a glass door, which provides higher thermal efficiency.
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  • Antefocus

    The first fireplace created by Dominique Imbert in 1967 for his own home.  Decades after its creation, the Antefocus is still hand made to order in polished raw steel with visible welding seams.  Each unit is numbered and signed.
     
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  • Domofocus

    The younger sibling of the Gyrofocus, the Domofocus is smaller but has a noticeably larger hearth opening. With its generous smile, it makes a traditional or contemporary space more welcoming.
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  • Stofocus

    ‘Efficient, innovative, bold, impertinent’ are the unreservedly winning descriptions of the Stofocus. The models’ sober contemporary design is wedded to state-of-the-art technology recognised by international test laboratories (including Germany’s RRF) and complying with the strictest standards in Europe, particularly regarding low-energy homes.
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  • Hubfocus

    A close relative of the Optifocus, the Hubfocus floats above the ground, airy, serene and peaceful. Its compact size creates space, and its graceful design allows a 180° view of the fire and reveals the full height of the flames.
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