Harrie Leenders has been setting the standard in Holland for 25 years. The founder and name of the firm has carved a reputation for innovation and perfectionism. His ideal was written in fire: to make user-friendly stoves with almost 100% combustion. All our models follow this ideal.
Harrie Leenders have proven that they can build special and advanced fireplaces. With Mats they return to a real fireplace. Back to simplicity. A clever combustion on the inside, a minimalist design on the outside. Mats removes your chills without frills. A good combustion gets the most energy out of your wood. Mats burns clean and efficient. Like the Boxer Plus, Mats uses preheated air for better combustion. The side stones store heat to gradually release this into your room.
This modern, organically shaped fire gives the fire a central place in the living room. The stove is more than just a functional source of heat, it is also a work of art adding value to any space. Pharos Interior is marked by its spatial design. The stove can be suspended from the ceiling by an ingenious construction, and can be installed to be fully, partly or not rotatable as desired. The outer casing is made of high-grade cast aluminium. The interior is made of thick sheet steel and has a refractory bottom of ceramic material. The small glass window in the door opening is slightly curved, accentuating the organic form of Pharos.
Designer Judith van Brunschot: 'In most interiors the seating cluster is to one side of the room. My asymmetrical design enables the largest possible view without ignoring the rest of the room.' The design was restyled in mid-2003, with the door moved to the short side and the glass surface increased. The Trias has also been designed to strict output and emission levels. Everything is in balance, right through to the triangular pipe. This is 'Dutch Design' at its best.
The Stor stove from Harrie Leenders is a boldly designed rotating wood stove inspired by the style of industrial construction from around 1900. Its shape, rounded back with riveted fins, thick steel and ingeniously thought-out combustion technique constitute the successful synthesis of the historical past and the present.