The Insert designed by Souto de Moura, architecture pritzker prize 2011

The elegance of this heating solution enables its harmonious integration in different environments and living areas, establishing this equipment as a design and comfort choice for the colder months.

The stove stands out for its integrated composition of insert with a wood storage.

The vertical opening of the door and usage of ball bearing enables the complete concealing of the door when open, which prevents the user from suffering burns when feeding the insert with firewood.

Door handle with Takula wood application. The glass is silk screened and has self-cleaning system. The levelling feet are in polished stainless steel. The combustion chamber lined with refractory panels in vermiculite and double smoke baffle allows efficient and economical wood burning

The chimney is hidden by the rear flue outlet, allowing greater discretion of equipment in space. Optionally, the upper outlet can be used with an in sight chimney

Besides the calm and soothing effect of the free burning flames, the insert represents an economical solution for room heating.

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