Japanese designers Ryosuke Fukusada and Rui Pereira have cleverly come up with a simple way of lighting up a room and uniting people around a communal design object. Their project, Faro, debuting at Salone Del Mobile 2013, is a mini, indoor or outdoor-use fireplace, made from copper and clay, and operates with its ethanol burner. Switch over to wood if you’re using Faro outdoors. No word yet on when Faro is due to hit the market. The two cite the design as a reaction to our increasingly individualistic, technological-separated society. Simple joys!