Table of Contents
- 1 Barista’s Kitchen / Estúdio Mineral + Cynthia Silva
- 2 Vila Rica House / BLOCO Arquitetos
- 3 Naila House / BAAQ’
- 4 House in Cunha / Arquipélago Arquitetos
- 5 Eaves House / Zoom Urbanismo Arquitetura e Design
- 6 Acaiacá House / Gui Paoliello Arquiteto
- 7 Águas Claras Residence / Rodrigo Simão Arquitetura
- 8 Vineyard Pavilion / gru.a
- 9 House on the Mountains / Sabella Arquitetura (in Portuguese)
- 10 Hammock House / Javier Corvalán + Laboratorio de Arquitectura
10 Off-Grid Kitchens With Wood-Burning Stoves
A wood-burning stove (or wood burner or log burner in the UK) is a heating appliance used for cooking. Food cooked on a wood-burning stove tends to have a more intense flavor since it requires a slow, artisanal process that results in more complex dishes. For this reason, these stoves are becoming a popular choice for people who want to create a unique environment for family and friends to gather at home for a delicious meal.
A wood-burning stove can add a personal touch to kitchens, outdoor areas, or even living rooms since it can also provide heating to indoor spaces bringing comfort on cold days. We have selected 10 examples of houses, especially country homes and farmhouses, illustrating different ways of using this appliance.