The heart of the stove is made of cast iron which stores the heat and releases it in a uniform and comfortable way.
If you prefer optimal heating capacity, the door can be pushed down and the stoves will warm up to their maximal capacity.
For an open fireplace, just push up the door and the atmosphere will be quite different.
Holscher stoves are available in an elliptical form which provides a panoramic effect and many ways of positioning them, e.g. in corners. The stoves are also available in rectangular forms which can be fixed to the wall, placed on a base or used as a built-in stove.
Morsø is a Danish manufacturer of wood-burning stoves sold worldwide. The history of Morsø dates all the way back to 1853. Today, Morsø is all about new designs and new ways of combining form and function; efficiency with beauty and comfort and – in recent years – with environmental awareness.
All Morsø stoves are made of cast iron which has a thermal tension, making the material especially suited for changeable temperatures. As a result a Morsø cast-iron stove neither twists nor becomes skew once it’s heated up. A Morsø stove is bound with ceramic string and bolted together with screws, resulting in a perfectly sealed stove.
Holscher Design’s Morsø stoves are available in an elliptical form, providing a panoramic effect and many ways of positioning, e.g. in corners.
Thanks to the large glass door, the fire can be viewed from every angle.