The 2009 master degree show from the School of Industrial Design at Lund University, Sweden.
|Anna Olstam/ Carl Nordenskjöld/ Cecilia Wahlberg/ Dan Nordlund/ Fredrik Hyltén-Cavallius/ Ingrid Louise Magnusson/ Jonna Backman/ Jacob von Matern/ Jaroslav Jurica/ Kajsa Ericsson/ Lena Brantmark/ Karl-Johan Hjerling/ Kristofer Eriksson/ Linn Källgren/ Oskar Daniel/ Maria Johansson/ Matilda Nordgård/Sofia Ohlsson/ Susanna Löfgren/ Snorri Valdimarsson/ Therese Broberg/ Tomas Johansson/ Semele Sangla/ Patrik Nilsson|
Piet is a chimney free indoor stove with brass reflector, that burns ethanol fuel instead of wood. This gives no smoke or soot and thereby eliminates the need of a chimney. This might be convenient if you live in an apartment. You can place Piet wherever you like; in the living room, in the kitchen, in the bathroom or maybe in the summerhouse? Since it doesn’t require any permanent installation you can just bring it with along when you move or place it wherever you like when you refurnish.
A layer of rockwool fire insulation between the reflector and the outer shell keeps the outside cool. This means that you can always touch the ceramic body of Piet without burning your hand and also means that Piet can be placed closer to walls or other furniture.
The name is a tribute to Danish architect and mathematician Piet Hein since the stove has the form of a super elliptic egg. Piet Hein did not invent this geometical shape but he made the super ellipse
popular in the sixties thorugh a series of products, for example a table together with Bruno Mathsson and the super elliptic roundabout at Sergels torg in Stockholm.
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