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Vanier Stove by Manuel Bonnemazou and Agnès Cambus

“Inspired by the world of the explorer Nicolas Vanier, the designers have devised a simple and authentic object. Designed around a circular heating body, the object is dressed with three rows of brick refractory; Beyond mere aesthetics, they allow the accumulation and smooth return of the heat. They also represent a real safety by avoiding direct contact with the heating element.” Photos: Manuel Bonnemazou and Agnès Cambus.

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