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Gyrofocus Suspended Fireplace

Artsy home decorators, start your swoon engines. The Gyrofocus Suspended Fireplace is a crazy space age rotating piece originally designed by Dominique Imbert in 1968, and it's likely to get fires started in the homes of art collectors living in the hottest climates. It's been exhibited in the Guggenheim Museum in New York, The Bordeaux Modern Art Museum, and the Grenoble Modern Art Centre, so it's certifiably art, there's no nay-saying allowed here! All the steel fixtures are custom to site installations.

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