What's New

Stovax Studio 2 clean air featured in the Davis House by Mercer and Mercer Architects showcased by Archipro

A two storey form along the south boundary makes the rest of the site private and sheltered. The roof then extends over living and outdoor spaces with two storey chimneys completing the structure.

The new Jetmaster Horizon range of gas fires

These stunning decorative Horizon gas fires symbolise Jetmaster Australia's commitment to offering only the very best in high quality and quick heat.

The Horizon fires have been designed with simplicity in mind, straightforward installation, low serviceability but most of all the ease of use with high radiant heat outputs. 

The Fireplace Introduces New Side by Side TV & Fireplace Cabinet

Available as an extension for Stovax Studio 2 Clean Air wood fires, the combined firestand and TV display cabinet combines modern design elements while reducing potential viewing discomfort.

Gazco Studio 3 gas fire featured in Julian Guthrie Architects Tuatua House showcased by Archipro
 
After a decade or so of owning a beach house a few houses back with limited views, the clients, an Auckland family of five, decided to take the plunge and when one of the last beachfront sites became available they bought it and set about designing a house for their lifestyle.

Elegance & Class with a Cocoon Biofuel Fire
 
Accessorising living and entertainment spaces with a feature fire setting is made easy with the Cocoon bioethanol fires. Functional and beautiful. Fuelled with clean burning, environmentally friendly bioethanol. Cocoon is simple to operate and install.

Small Business Minister introduces safety standards for Bioethanol Tabletop Products (Australia) 

As the industry processes the events of recent months surrounding bioethanol fires, it is important to keep abreast of announcements from relevant authorities and commentary within the media.

Small Business Minister Michael McCormack has just conducted a press conference in which he has advised consumers to stop using `Tabletop Burners’. This comes after the advice of the ACCC who have investigated a number of consumer injuries relating to Tabletop Burners.

As a responsible member and spokesperson for the bioethanol fire industry, Cocoon Fires welcomes the new safety standard announced by Minister McCormack for decorative bioethanol burners.

Since the Interim Ban was imposed in December 2016 we’ve consulted closely with the ACCC and the various stakeholders to identify the points of concern and map a pathway forward.

After a long process of conferences and submissions, the result is that high quality bioethanol fireplace products that meet certain specifications: have a dry weight of 8kg or over & a footprint of 900cm2 and bearing: clear consumer instructions and advisories & equipped with sound refuelling and flame management equipment can continue to be marketed.

Cocoon and Icon Fires are committed to safety and product development. All Cocoon Fires and Icon Fires products will comply with the new safety standard governing decorative bioethanol burners.

Stovax Studio 3 wood fire featured in the Mason & Wales Architects Wakatipu Basin House showcase by Archipro
 
From the exterior, the vertical nuances of this home accentuate its rural surrounds in the Wakatipu basin, an area surrounded by towering peaks.

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