RB73 Outdoor Stove Bijuga

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Enjoying beautiful moments, being outdoors! Think of warm summer evenings, but also throughout the rest of the year there are often beautiful days when an outdoor fireplace can be used to give that wonderful extra warmth and atmosphere on your terrace. The fires have glass fronted doors so you do not suffer from smoke, ash or sparks on the terrace. The CorTen steel gives the fires a solid appearance and long life. The rusting process is different for each fireplace and therefore every fireplace is unique. As the Scandinavians say, “No terrace without a fire ...” The Bijuga is a robust CorTen steel outdoor stove. The striking timeless design combines tight lines and surfaces with industrial accents. The sheet material is folded out on the connecting seams and all bolts and nuts are visible. The hardwood merbau parts (knobs and push-bar) not only provide beautiful details but are also very practical for operation because they do not get too hot. The 2 large wheels and a push-bar on the rear make it easy to move. The emblem on the hood is a symbol for the collaboration with Atelier Rene Knip, the designer of this stove. The design is by Atelier Rene Knip. Rene has a distinct own vision on stoves. The user and the function of the stove are central to this. His designs have a distinct character and are characterized by balanced proportions in the dimensions, beautiful lines and the use of high quality materials and beautiful details.

The story of RB73 is a story of passion for fire. But also of beautiful and timeless products. Handmade by professionals with love for the product. Enjoy beautiful moments, enjoy staying outside! Think of warm summer evenings, but also throughout the rest of the year there are often beautiful days when an outdoor fireplace can be used to give that wonderful extra warmth and atmosphere on your terrace. The fires have glass fronted doors so you do not suffer from smoke, ash or sparks on the terrace. As the Scandinavians say, "No terrace without a fire.”

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RB73 Outdoor Stove Bijuga

Enjoying beautiful moments, being outdoors! Think of warm summer evenings, but also throughout the rest of the year there are often beautiful days when an outdoor fireplace can be used to give that wonderful extra warmth and atmosphere on your terrace. The fires have glass fronted doors so you do not suffer from smoke, ash or sparks on the terrace. The CorTen steel gives the fires a solid appearance and long life. The rusting process is different for each fireplace and therefore every fireplace is unique. As the Scandinavians say, “No terrace without a fire ...” The Bijuga is a robust CorTen steel outdoor stove. The striking timeless design combines tight lines and surfaces with industrial accents. The sheet material is folded out on the connecting seams and all bolts and nuts are visible. The hardwood merbau parts (knobs and push-bar) not only provide beautiful details but are also very practical for operation because they do not get too hot. The 2 large wheels and a push-bar on the rear make it easy to move. The emblem on the hood is a symbol for the collaboration with Atelier Rene Knip, the designer of this stove. The design is by Atelier Rene Knip. Rene has a distinct own vision on stoves. The user and the function of the stove are central to this. His designs have a distinct character and are characterized by balanced proportions in the dimensions, beautiful lines and the use of high quality materials and beautiful details.
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SKU DRSH-RB73-Bijuga
Dimensions 69 x 89 x 208 cm (lxbxh)
Material Corten steel (3mm): will be delivered in blanc steel colour. The unique layer of oxidation will form in your own garden.
Weight 110 kg
Composition Ash tray
Air spoiler above the window
Hard wooden knobs ash tray and door
Handle on the back
Including rain hood
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