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Revolution Stoves: Curve, Menta, and Skin by Jerome Olivet

The collection of pellet stoves designed for the company Bodart and Gonay comes in 3 versions: Curve, Menta and Skin. Each design magnifies the art of fire by creating design in three dimensions with gentle curves and lights that run on their metallic skin. By the playing the shapes and colors, Jerome Olivet merges technology with architecture.


Curve Stove: Techno curved belt wraps around a black monolith.

Menta Stove: An 3D oval unifies the flame to this new technology.

Skin Stove: Levitation appears by the vertical circulation and these bright curve.


Designer : Jerome Olivet


Revolution Stoves: Curve


Revolution Stoves: Curve by Jerome Olivet

Revolution Stoves: Curve by Jerome Olivet



Revolution Stoves: Curve by Jerome Olivet


Revolution Stoves: Menta


Revolution Stoves: Menta by Jerome Olivet


Revolution Stoves: Menta by Jerome Olivet


Revolution Stoves: Menta by Jerome Olivet


Revolution Stoves: Skin


Revolution Stoves: Skin by Jerome Olivet


Revolution Stoves: Skin by Jerome Olivet


Revolution Stoves: Skin by Jerome Olivet


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Revolution Stoves: Curve, Menta, and Skin by Jerome Olivet is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design


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