Saturday, March 31

Dominique Imbert and his Gyrofocus Fireplace

French born Dominique Imbert studied Literature in London and Paris where he became a Sociology profesor at the Sorbonne. After a few years he decided to shape young minds with metal instead and opened a workshop for steal sculpture where he designed his first fireplace for personal use that eventually became his passion. "There is nothing like family gathering around a fireplace." Dominique Imbert.

Watch it in English.

Voted ‘World’s most beautiful object’ in the Italian Pulchra Design Awards 2009, Gyrofocus is also the world’s first ceiling suspended fireplace that rotates 360°. Learn more at and

Another great evolution of the ceiling fireplace, built in Illinois with a Californian flair, is the Fireorb.

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