Fukusada + Pereira’s Faro Eco-Fireplace Is Designed for Impromptu Gatherings

April 5, 2013 by  
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Faro is a portable fireplace designed for bringing people together in a era saturated by technology. Made with clay, an iron frame and an EcoSmart ethanol burner, the piece was designed by Japanese Ryosuke Fukusada and Portuguese Rui Pereira . Concerned that a modern, high-tech world can promote anti-social behavior, Fukusada and Pereira wanted to create an object for warmth , relaxation and gathering. Safe for both indoor and outdoor use, Faro can also be placed outside and use as a wood burner. We have a hunch that Faro will be bringing people together when it premieres at this year’s Milan Design Week ! + Ryosuke Fukusada + Rui Pereira Via Spoon & Tamago Photos by Fukusada and Rui Pereira Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “green furniture” , clay , eco smart , ethanol burner , Faro , green events , green materials , green products , Milan Design Week 2013 , Rui Pereira , ryosuke fukusada , social design , stove , woodburner        

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Fukusada + Pereira’s Faro Eco-Fireplace Is Designed for Impromptu Gatherings

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