Looks matter: innovations in outdoor fires and heating

10 June 2021
This article was created in partnership with Stoke Fireplace Studio

When it comes to fireplaces, looks matter. That’s why Stoke Fireplace Studio only works with brands that value design, cutting-edge technology, efficiency, and powerful heat – minimalist enough to work with any architectural style.

Stoke brings you the most evolved fireplaces from around the world, and innovations in outdoor heating for effortless radiant heat – places where we gather and share the warmth of a good story.

We’ve rounded up some of the best options for effortlessly incorporating the latest innovations in heat and cooking into your outdoor space.

The Outdoor Fireplace Kitchen

The EK1550 Outdoor Fireplace Kitchen in Fire Mode. As the sun sets behind the hills, this courtyard comes alive with the roar of the outdoor fireplace. Grandchildren can huddle around with marshmallows on sticks as the adults settle in with a Central Otago Pinot or a craft beer. Image: Simon Devitt

Fire Table: Outdoor Cooking

Inspired by the classic camp fire, the EP1350 Outdoor Fire Table is made for gathering, sharing, and marshmallow toasting: a new twist on an old classic that offers a 360-degree social cooking experience.

Outdoor Gas Fires

The EF500 Outdoor Gas Fireplace is the ultimate in outdoor gas fires. Operated at the touch of a button, this is quick, convenient heat designed to let you get down to the business of relaxing.

Radiant Infrared Heating

The Ambe Radiant Infrared: Add comfort and warmth to your outdoor area with the Ambe range of infrared radiant overhead heaters – with remote control and smartphone technology, which lets you turn on the heater and adjust the heat without moving an inch.

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