This Draken vuurkorf, or Dragon firepit for you English-speakers, is interesting in the daytime and kinda freaky at night. And by kinda freaky, I mean it's fit for a devil-worshiping ceremony.
The Dragon firepit holds plenty of wood, so keeping a fire going is no problem. The dragon-shaped cutouts in the metal light up when the fire is going. For more crazy pieces from the Netherlands, check out the site for Kodjo Kouwenhoven.
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The Dragon Firepit by Kodjo Kouwenhoven
- By: Jessica MarcelApr 1, 2010 Updated: Aug 10 2011