The Agni-Hutte Stove Furnace Updates an Antiquated Unit

By: Michael Hemsworth - Nov 19, 2016
References: nbk-okamoto.co.jp & homecrux
Aiming to help update the aesthetic and functionality of the traditional wood-burning stove, the Agni-Hutte stove furnace helps to heat a space and act as a cooking system.

Designed by Japan-based designer Isao Suiz, the Agni-Hutte stove works by burning wood and absorbing the heat created to help cook foods and heat a space. Unlike traditional wood-burning stoves, the Agni-Hutte features a catalytic combustion system that makes use of the over-fire air to increase the conversion of smoke into vapor, CO2 and heat.

The stylish design of the Agni-Hutte stove furnace makes it ideal for traditional living spaces or in cabins as a way to heat and cook using a single unit. The unit features a large chamber for wood that enables it to burn for long periods of time without needing to be refilled.