The core of our fireplaces. Ultimate in design flexibility.
With our clean-burning bio ethanol burner you can create a unique atmosphere with superior comfort & design. An ethanol burner gives your imagination the freedom to complement any living space.
From fabulous foundations, you enjoy freedom to build beyond the boundaries.
BK5 Ethanol BurnerAward-winning burner that sets a stylish standard for EcoSmart Fire design
XS340 Ethanol BurnerSmall sister of the XL burner series, but with a long-lasting burn time.
XL500 Ethanol BurnerThe smallest of the long burners, but still delivering a beautifully ‘extended’ flame.
XL700 Ethanol BurnerSleek linear lines create a stretched flame for distinctive designs.
XL900 Ethanol BurnerOne of the most popular of the elongated flames.
XL1200 Ethanol BurnerThe longest of the elongated flames.
AB3 Ethanol BurnerA small and popular powerhouse with a burn time of up to 11 hours.
AB8 Ethanol BurnerCompact round-shaped burner which generates a beautiful large-scale flame
VB2 Ethanol BurnerTransform traditional fireplaces with ease
The perfect fit
The streamlined design of the products synchronises effortlessly within award-winning architectural projects.
Light up outdoor spaces with a soft, alluring glow - easily and efficiently, without cumbersome connections.
Magnify your space
See-through open fires provide a distinctive design element and enhance the feeling of space.
EcoSmart ethanol burners can be installed just about anywhere.
Easy to clean
Our ethanol burners can be washed in hot water (or even put in your dishwasher), setting them apart from the rest.
EcoSmart is the product of choice by many world-renowned architects and designers.
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Hidden in the depths of the huge and bustling city of Hong Kong, there is a family of four who are comfortably relaxing in a homely retreat which gives them a sense of peace amongst the chaos.
Melbourne’s design house Chateau Couture has a clear vision – to recreate the timeless classical beauty of European interiors and architecture by integrating all the elements of revered classical European style. Showcasing its services and providing realistic settings is a crucial part of Chateau Couture’s marketing methods – and its elegant showroom plays a key role.
When EcoSmart Fire’s U.S. Marketing Coordinator came across a vintage, wood-burning fireplace she knew it was the perfect opportunity to breathe new life into a mid-century classic with a BK5 Bioethanol Burner.
Green and easy
Beautiful, eco-conscious design is at the heart of everything that multi award-winning, Miami-based architectural and interior design firm Pepe Calderin Design touches. So when Pepe discovered ethanol-fuelled EcoSmart Fires it was a defining moment.
A successful banker based in the centre of London, Sebastien Gianfermi and his architect-trained wife refurbished a 19th century, Regency penthouse into a sophisticated two-level family home. The iconic British style of architecture was given a much-needed modern makeover that not only breathed new life into the building but also captured the couple’s signature style.
Out of Africa
It’s one of Perth’s newest restaurants – and it’s already making its name not just for the unique dining experience, but also for the vibrant and exotic interior. Hippo Creek African Grill in Subiaco is all about open fire cooking – wood-fired char grill – which harks back to nomadic hunter gatherers. And as part of the interior design, the South African restaurateur wanted an open fireplace which was in keeping with the theme of Hippo Creek.
When interior designer Marén Niehoff from HMG MBH & CO. KG was asked to create a modern, stylish and comfortable lobby area for a new five-star Fleming’s Deluxe Hotel Frankfurt main-riverside, Germany – part of the Flemings Group – she was looking for the perfect fireplace.
When Daniel Vandenbark walked into this newly built loft-style condominium in Houston Texas, he knew exactly where a fireplace should be positioned. “The second I walked in, I knew this particular wall would be ideal,” Daniel says. “It would mean you could see the glow of the fire from the TV room and surrounding living spaces.”