Our ancestors, after hunting for days covering kilometers on foot to escape their enemies or large predators, returned to their camps. They sat before the fire, in silence, for hours. They were relaxing after extremely stressful situations, emotionally preparing themselves to return to normal tribal life. And that is how it is today. A man comes home from work and has this ancestral instinct, the need for minimum space: the TV, a videogame or hobby, are all palliative. Above all, he needs silence and a fire to stare at. It’s still there in our DNA, the hypnotic and relaxing power of fire is an irreplaceable experience.