The Lotus range of wood burning stoves and fires has been created in close cooperation between Architect Kaare Sølvsten, technicians and suppliers from all over the world.
We combine Danish design traditions with the best quality components. Our outlook is international and we always strive to create simple, beautiful products, grounded in tradition yet combining the best of design, functionality and technology.
Wood burning stoves should be easy to operate, attractive and environmentally friendly. Lotus has always given top priority to quality and functionality in our design philosophy as well as in our choice of materials. All our stoves and fires are tested by recognised test authorities, thus guaranteeing that Lotus products will always meet the most stringent environmental requirements.
The one common theme is the high standard of design, innovation and materials used allowing us to offer a Five Year Warranty on Lotus wood burning stoves and wood burning fires purchased through our Expert Retailer Network.
The Clean Air Acts of 1956 and 1968 were introduced to tackle the increasing pollution derived from domestic and industry emissions. The Acts allowed the Local Authorities to control these smoke and fume emissions from industrial premises, as well as homes. The term “Smoke Control Areas” became known in many large towns and cities, and those living in these areas can only burn logs on fires and stoves which demonstrate particularly clean burning combustion.