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The Bubble - Wood Burning Fire Pit
The Bubble - Wood Burning Fire Pit
The Bubble - Wood Burning Fire Pit
The Bubble - Wood Burning Fire Pit

The Bubble - Wood Burning Fire Pit

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    Why Buy From Backyard Home Oasis

    The Bubble is a contemporary wood-burning fire bowl that brings its stylish originality to any outdoor space. Its open fire provides the perfect centerpiece to extend long summer nights or take the chill off autumn evenings. The bracero's simplicity and sophistication, a hallmark of Focus design, as well as its performance, make it suitable for a wide range of exterior settings, from gardens to roof terraces to patios.

    Measuring 700 mm in diameter, this wood burning fire pit is equipped with two rear caster wheels so it can be easily moved on a flat surface. The basin can be removed for maintenance and cleaning. The model’s anti-corrosion finish is designed to withstand outdoor conditions so it will keep its eye-catching look over the seasons.
    – created by Christophe Ployé for Focus –

    TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
    • Diameter: 700 mm
    • Equipped with two rear caster wheels 
    • Removable basin
    • Material: steel
    • Anti-corrosion coating
    • Matte black finish



    DOMINIQUE IMBERT, A BIT OF THE PAST…
    Dominique Imbert, the creator of Focus, was born in 1940 in Montpellier in the South of France. After studying literature in London and Paris, he became, “by accident”, as he puts it, an ethnologist in Alaska and an assistant chef in Manhattan, before being awarded a Doctorate in Sociology at the Sorbonne and becoming a literature professor in a Paris Lycée.

    After teaching for four years, he decided he preferred shaping metal to moulding young minds, and in 1967, he set up a workshop making steel sculptures in the village of Viols-le-Fort in the garrigue north of Montpellier. It was at this studio that he designed his first fireplace for his own personal use, then repeated the exercise for others who fell in love with what he had created and this was how Focus began.

    This self-taught sculptor-designer moves easily between his many passions, creating bronze and steel sculptures as well as fireplaces and furniture. The thread that unites all his creations is his insistence on quality, a pursuit shared by the exceptional team that works with him. In order to attain the quality he demands, Focus runs the production and distribution of all their products, and in the face of outsourcing has chosen to support the local production sites of their fireplaces.

    For this free-spirited artist, the independence to follow intuition rather than convention or trend is his guiding force: “What interests me is discovering and shaping the poetry and spirit of an object,” he says.

    Yet this artist has also negotiated million-dollar contracts in Japan, exports fireplaces to markets from Lithuania to Russia, Australia to Israel, and is directly or indirectly responsible for some 80 jobs. When asked to explain his singular philosophy, he simply cites Le Corbusier with an enigmatic smile: “Tradition consists of inventing your epoch.”


    Focus fireplaces are made at the Cavaillon production site in the south of France. Mindful of its economic, social and environmental responsibility, some 20 years ago Focus chose to take over the metal workshop that produced all its fireplaces after it ceased operations, saving ten jobs. Today, Cavaillon employs over 70 people, and major investments have recently been made to improve its operational capabilities. For Dominique Imbert, this takeover was both a way to show his appreciation to those who had supported him in riskier times, as well as to ensure his continued independence. His decision would transform the declining workshop into a factory that today produces fireplaces for customers from Russia to Brazil and Australia to North America


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