|from:||Alex Chernov <alex_stovemaster(at)yahoo.ca>|
|date:||Fri, Oct 11, 2013|
|subject:||another contemporary-style heater|
Wanted to share these pics. It is a see-through double-bell with large heated platform and heated backrest with a black bake oven; wood storage on the side. It was built in a house on top of the Blue Mountain, overlooking ski hills and Georgian Bay on the Lake Huron. We visited this house for the inaugural firing with Stefan Polatschek in April.
The surface was finished with smooth plaster+paint and thin stone veneer by the builder. We did the core and rough brick facing with a help of local MHA member mason John Davies.
It is interesting to note that surrounding flooring material is actually porcelain tile, very successfully mimicking wood.
78 Centennial Rd. Unit 7
Orangeville L9W1P9 ON Canada