It's a Gas - the reinvention of a design classic
FOCUS has reinvented fireplace technology with the announcement of the world’s first pivoting gas fire, the gas Gyrofocus - a new patented global innovation This design meets environmental standards and is the very symbol at the brand’s heart - once again shaking up established codes. This legendary design, originally created over 50 years ago as a wood-burning stove, has a newly patented technology allowing the gas to be brought down through a sealed pipe into the suspended fireplace whilst pivoting 100º. This is a real technological feat and a world first recognised by the filing of a patent.
Odourless and with zero particle emissions, this icon naturally finds its place in an apartment in any geo-location. Thanks to its ease of use, this sculptural design can be installed in the reception areas of large hotels, restaurants and establishments open to the public.
THE PLEASURE OF FIRE IN THE HEART OF URBAN SPACES Odourless and with zero particle emissions,
this icon naturally finds its place in an apartment in any geo-location. Thanks to its ease of use, this sculptural design can be installed in the reception areas of large hotels, restaurants and establishments open to the public.
For over 50 years, and right across the world, FOCUS has been shaking up the rules. FOCUS was the first company to move the fireplace away from the wall to the middle of the room, putting the fireplace at the centre of attention. With its genuinely iconic fireplace, the Gyrofocus, FOCUS has definitely become an international design legend. More than fireplaces, FOCUS creates surprise, emotion and events. FOCUS creates history. Demanding, even uncompromising from the creation process to the installation, FOCUS cares about the macro as well as the micro detail, the visible as well as the invisible. FOCUS is also, and above all, nearly 100 employees spread over two sites. With both feet anchored in the region, between Cévennes and Provence, proud of its made in France label, FOCUS has its head in the stars and its eyes riveted on the global scene.