Indoor Fireplaces

Thank you for visiting our Portfolio’s page. Please feel free to browse through our extensive selection of bespoke fireplaces .

Our bespoke designs can be made to measure to suit your own specification. Our fireplaces are suitable for gas, electric or solid fuel.

We are passionate about fireplace design. Our ultimate goal with every client is to significantly improve the look of his home by designing what we can only describe as a elegant and functional piece of visual fire art ! We do this by using our vast experience in the area of fireplace design whilst listening closely to your hopes and aspirations to deliver the fireplace setting of your dreams.

Please view below our range of fireplaces

Bonfire brings the idea of burning branches inside the house. The steel rods glow in the fire and emit appealing cracking and popping sounds as the steel begins to expand, providing a different experience every time it is lit.

Loop was inspired from the rings around the planet Saturn , the fire makes a stellar statement - with flames from an invisible burner leaping up through a sculpture of steel loops.

The latest fire sculpture by Cathy Azria of B&D Design is inspired by the kinaesthetic energy of the coiled spring. There is an innate tension in of the each carefully placed spring creating a feeling of energy even in the stillness and as the flames dance and flicker through the steel spirals the sense of dynamic movement is enhanced. It can be ordered in either a vertical or lateral version.

Loop the loop is a variation of Loop, inspired by Saturn rings . The loops dance in a calm way , at a similar height , creating a peaceful and tranquil mood . In contrast, Loop , with its less controlled height , adds more drama.

Loop with a kick ! When Loop expands out of its "box"

'Coil' is a development from 'Loop' sculptures which use individual steel rings of different sizes to create installations. In 'Coil', Cathy experiments with continuous springs of steel, brought to life by flames from an invisible burner leaping up through the sculpture.

Cathy created a light fire Wigwam version of her trademark Bonfire for Sketch, the popular media restaurant and club for art,food and music events in Mayfair. Says Mourad Mazouz of Sketch " I did not know what to put into the fireplaces , and they remained empty for years. When I saw Cathy's fires, I knew that they were exactly what I needed. "

This homage to Fritz Lang's classic movie of 1927, Metropolis features tall strips of metal - echoing the film's extraordinary skylines. Gas flames lick through the 'skyscrapers' to cinematic effect.

This fire is inspired by the principles of the equilateral triangle. Equal on all three sides – with no portion developed to the detriment of the others – this particular triangle is the symbol of perfect balance or harmony. In Cathy’s unique design, she has repeated the symbol again and again, thus suggesting the human struggle to seek perfection.

This sculpture was inspired by the reflection of the moon on water ripples which led to this abstract construction of a moon with many facets.

Inspired by the explosive energy that radiates from the core of our own most powerfull and primal heat source, the Sun , the Urchin is a dramatic and distinctive Fire Sculpture , the outspread bars licked by the flames radiate the heat travelling up the steel.

Tapering steel plates are stacked and leant against each other to define geometric planes through a sculptural form. Added drama is created by the stack’s apparent (but not actual!) instability. Once the concealed burner is ignited, flames lick through the steel elements which begin to glow - providing a compelling heat source that still radiates warmth hours after the fire has been switched off.

A concept developed for both indoors and outside. “Nest” sits over a concealed gas burner and can be filled with fake logs or coals. Outdoors Nest can be used to burn real logs.

Cathy's inspiration came from early memories of watching waves crashing on the seashore. She was equally fascinated by mountains and the Volcanic Wave combines, in abstract form, the physical shapes that waves and mountains share.

Inspired by the principles of the equilateral triangle the Xandra sculpture is equal on all three sides – with no portion developed to the detriment of the others – this particular triangle is the symbol of perfect balance or harmony.

These Fireplaces are designed to sit on a bespoke electric box. Perfect for people who can’t use their existing flue or want to simulate a real fire.

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