Glammfire presents at iSaloni Milano the magnificent illusion of false fire

Glammfire presents at iSaloni Milano the magnificent illusion of false fire

The image, sound, comfort, technology and luxury design. It's all there, except the fire. This is not real. GlammFire, a Portuguese company that manufactures and sells luxury fireplaces, presents at the world's largest design fair some of the brand's new features, including fireplaces that simulate the magic of fire.

GlammFire will be present at iSaloni, which will take place in Milan from April 17 to 22, in Hall 1 at Stand L02 and Hall 14 at Stand A37. In partnership with other Portuguese companies - Gual and Jetclass - the brand awarded with the A'Design Award will present the illusion of false fire: fireplaces that simulate fire perfectly. The image of burning wood, the sound of the crackling, the simulated smoke through water vapor coming out of the furniture. A real show that demonstrates the multiple ecological and technological solutions of luxury fireplaces that GlammFire has in its portfolio.

The Works of Art

The highlight is given to the Luminous 1200, an electric fireplace that is one of the novelties of GlammFire. A piece of lacquered steel and glass that works with LED technology. The charm of Luminous offers a touch of unexpected refinement and its brilliance stimulates all senses. "It´s not real fire? How is it possible!". This is the comment more often repeated by those who experience some of the GlammFire´s fireplaces that use 3D water vapor fire technology. This is the case of the Kit Glamm 3D Plus 1000 that will be integrated in one of Gual's furniture pieces. Fire coming out of the interior furniture? Yes, it is possible and it´s visually amazing! A coffee table with a fireplace. It's the other proposal that we will present at the Italian fair. A piece of design with a VI burner, a mechanical bioethanol burner manufactured with the finest materials and offering the highest security. GlammFire´s burners are increasingly included in projects led by architects, decorators and interior designers.