From home renovations to canal boat refits, we’ve seen a lot of projects over the years. We’re currently gathering some of the more interesting and unusual ones to show you. In the meantime, if you’d like to get involved and share your own upcoming project, or perhaps you’ve just completed one that is a little out of the ordinary, please do get in touch.
Zulufish choose Gazco Vogue Midi to complete sophisticated Edwardian villa in West London
With their children grown up and pursuing further education, the owners of this property wanted to turn their home into a sophisticated space the whole family could enjoy.
FiftyPointEight opt for Stovax Vogue in stunning renovation of 1980s house
When Bronwen asked her brother, Angus, to help her overhaul a dated 1980’s house into a spacious home for her and her sons, he was thrilled to be able to help. We spoke to architect, Angus, from FiftyPointEight, to find out more about the project, and why they chose a Stovax Vogue.
Mel and Rob Ferguson choose a Stovax Studio wood burner for their mountain property
Mel & Rob, Jack's Point, New Zealand
Set against a wild backdrop, Mel's and Rob's self-build looks out onto The Remarkables, New Zealand. Loving the wood burning lifestyle, they opted for a Stovax Studio wood burner to complete their earthy aesthetic.
Keith and Kirsty Conder opt for Stovax Studio wood burner in striking contemporary self-build
Keith Conder, Exeter
Keith and Kirsty Conder, first-time self-builders, opt for a Stovax wood burner in their family home.
Sidmouth Design chooses View 8 woodburner from Stovax to complete contemporary space
Sidmouth Design, Devon
A redundant building, except for once housing an ancient fairground carousel, the Old Piggery was revitalised by interior design consultants, Sidmouth Design.
Paterson Macaulay & Owens choose a Stovax stove to create a focal point in extension
Paterson Macaulay & Owens, Flintshire
Coed Y Brain, a Grade II Listed Georgian country house, saw an extension from the existing kitchen, providing an open plan dining and family room.
Benjamin Allen Bespoke Homes selects a Stovax Huntingdon woodburner to complete the Moat House
Benjamin Allen Bespoke Homes, South East
Seeing this grand Moat House on Houzz, we wanted to find out more about why Benjamin Allen Bespoke Homes chose a Stovax Huntingdon woodburner.
Scenario Architecture creates interconnected living space with Stovax Studio Duplex woodburner
Scenario Architecture, Victoria Park
Lead designer on this project, Fanis Anastasiadis, filled us in on how Scenario Architecture created this stunning minimalist home, and what drew them to the double-sided Stovax fire.
Tricia Carroll Designs opts for a Gazco Radiance in contemporary-style home
Tricia Carroll Designs, Hampshire
In this contemporary home in Hampshire, Tricia Carroll Designs chooses a Gazco Radiance as a focal point in an open plan living space.
London-based Aflux Designs chooses Gazco for luxury home design
Aflux Designs, London
We speak to London-based interior design company about their projects, and why they chose Gazco as their supplier for their clients' luxury homes.
The Artist Residence’s Renovation, Cornwall
Artist Residence, Cornwall
The Artist Residence is a group of eclectic, fun hotels with branches in Brighton, London and Cornwall. The Cornwall hotel houses two Stovax wood burners, the Studio 500 in one of the rooms and a Studio 2 Freestanding in one of the common areas.
Bert & May Spaces Furnish Their Boutique Barge with a Stovax Contemporary Stove
Bert's Barge Project, London
We have collaborated with British firm Bert & May owner, Lee Thornley to create a warm and cosy atmosphere on his recent "City Barge" project. Our Stovax View 5 Midline fits perfectly in his Scandinavian-style barge home. With its elevating sleek lines, this wood burning stove provides an integral log store into the design allowing space saving solution for his living area.