Alexandra Buchanan Architects - Warrandyte Residence

This bold contemporary home perches high above the Yarra River at North Warrandyte on a raised plateau nestled amongst dense native bushland. With the Warrandyte house our concept was about creating a contemporary bushland retreat for the family that was rich in texture and detail and which had an honesty about the treatment of the materials used throughout. The house has a high quality finish… Read More

Make Architecture - Studio House

The double sided Chiminee Philippe fireplace in this design was an essential component used to activate the deck space and connect it to the living spaces. The deck area was conceived as an additional room that the house can expand and contract into. The dining room can be extended onto the deck for a special dinner and the TV can be pivoted around to turn… Read More

Metung Holiday House - Neil Architecture

Neil Architecture project featuring Cheminees Philippe Radiante 843 Project: Neil Architecture - Photographer: Hilary Bradford - Read More

Urban Stylist

"Beautiful aesthetics and quality workmanship are such important elements of our homes, so when it came time to build our own dream home, Cheminees Philippe was the obvious choice. This beautiful firebox is the centre piece of our home and our lives over the cooler months, with incredibly efficient heat and the unbeatable view of crackling logs. We couldn't be happier with our purchase and… Read More

SQ Projects - Annandale Warehouse

This project is a great example of an urban industrial warehouse conversion where our Cheminee Philippe takes centre stage and characterises the living and dining areas without interrupting the space’s openness and minimalistic aesthetic. When SQ director Joe Sidoti got his hands on this old empty warehouse on Nelson St, he could only imagine what his future family dream house would look like. DA drawings… Read More

Bevan Sim Architects

This stunning double sided marble fireplace design complements the modern clean-lines of the home. The design provides a functional use of storage and space for wood logs; this allows easy access to “wood logs” from both rooms. Bevan Sim Architects providing award winning architectural design and building design services. Architectural design for land developers, general contractors or home owners. Bevan Sim Architects Read More

Strongbuild - The Hopperton Home

This traditional 'Hamptons' style home features a central and distinct fireplace feature wall. The wall is set between the living room and the dining room and defines the space. The floor to ceiling wall and Cheminees Philippe fireplace enhances the mood and ambience of the main living spaces. Strongbuild - The Hopperton Home Project: The Hopperton Home Strongbuild: Read More

Bligh & Graham Architects - Samford C House

This freestanding Cheminees Philippe fireplace is central to the interior and is complemented by surrounding  windows with outstanding country views. This Brisbane Architects a small studio practice which has developed a reputation for developing a responsive sub-tropical architecture that has a warmth and richness. The quality of the practice’s work has been recognised in many industry awards and publications, including for sustainable ‘green’ design. Bligh… Read More

Armanno Building Services - Middle Cove

Located in Middle Cove this stunning Cheminees Phlippe fireplace was designed as the feature in the living room. With a floating marble hearth & canopy above which is tiled in marble to the top of the ceiling, this design is a spectacular WOW factor when entering the space. Project: Armanno Building Services Contact: (02) 9564 2694 Read More

Woodstock - Architects: Sunpower Design, Photographer: Rhiannon Slatter

The energy efficient home at Woodstock designed by Sunpower Design is made warm and inviting by a beautiful double sided Cheminees Philippe fireplace. The only heating required in this home is the centrally located, very efficient slow combustion heater which is lit only at night. In the daytime the winter sun streams through the long north axis of the home. A heat shifting duct blows… Read More