50 years after the debut of Gyrofocus, the first suspended rotating fireplace model in the world, the Focus design is still an emblem of modernity for the new generation
A subtle combination of lines and curves for the new Boafocus model by Focus designed by Dominique Imbert. The gas fireplace with a sealed central or wall-mounted compartment has a delicate feminine silhouette, to view the flames in the round thanks to the presence of a porthole with a double wall of hemispheric glass.
Boafocus complies with the latest building regulations in terms of energy savings and its functions (on-off, programming, adjustment) can be utilized with a remote control.
The electronic burner mechanism and gas feed are built into the base. The system works with batteries, to allow use even in case of power outage. Boafocus is compatible with low energy consumption homes, not taking air from the room but from the outside through a dual-flow concentric conduit.