ESCEA- FEATURING EF5000 FIREPLACE
This entertaining area provides its owners with the ultimate in contemporary outdoor living. Designed by architect David Hill of Wilson and Hill Architects, the project design was influenced by the need to integrate the addition with the existing family home. The result maximises the space on the property and its magnificent location, as well as creating a harmonious flow between the indoors and outdoors.
The owners decided on a fireplace at the spa end of the swimming pool. With seating arranged around the fire this is the ideal spot to warm up after a refreshing swim or relax when the sun goes down.
The courtyard has the ideal set-up for alfresco dining and entertaining with an outdoor kitchen complete with a sink, refrigerator and a BBQ. The table is located in front of an Escea EF5000 fire which takes the chill off the area and allows diners to sit around the table until the wee hours.
The fireplace is a similar model to the Escea fire indoors, which allows for visual continuity. Along with the Escea outdoor fireplace, the addition of automatic louvres above the courtyard ensures that the area is used and enjoyed all year round, not just during the warmer summer months.
The overall feel of the renovation is of a clean, contemporary space which fits perfectly with the rest of the house, creating a greater sense of space and allowing the occupants to get the most out of their home and enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle.
This case study was provided by Escea New Zealand