Sergio Leoni wood-burning stove series Viennese on Grim Network
This model owes its name to an exigent lady who once commissioned Maestro Sergio Leoni to design a stove for her villa, on the outskirts of Vienna. She wanted a stove that was large, yet of extremely refined and harmonious line and geometry. This led to a fortunate exchange of ideas between the two. The result was an original and highly successful model, now also produced in a version with additional refractory mass.
Sergio Leoni wood-burning stoves on Grim Network
In Sergio Leoni’s workshop each stove is made by hand, using natural elements and materials – such as clay, water and fire – a combination of which determines the rhythm of production. All the rest is a matter of having the necessary craftsmanship, humility to listen and patience to experiment, as Sergio Leoni is always saying. The result is a collection of artistic wood stoves, made to last forever, irradiating inimitable well–being with their warmth, and arousing equally unmatched emotion with their beauty in palaces, castles, and in ancient and modern homes throughout the world.