Lars Beller Fjetland : Solid

To the editor Normann Copenhagen, the Norwegian designer Lars Beller Fjetland drew the coffee table "Solid".

Minimalist, it draws its essence from the "toriis" Japanese structures that serve as portals to Shinto temples, while remaining typically inked in Scandinavian design, through the choice of materials especially. Composed of a Nordic ash base and dominated by a marble top, "Solid" is assembled without nails or screws. The different elements fit together and attach simply maintained by the weight of the stone.

On this project, Lars Beller Fjetland says:

"As a designer, my philosophy is to design furniture giving a sense of both timelessness and durability. Allure sober, clean lines and natural materials ... Solid is a great example of furniture that, in my opinion, will cross the generations. "

Dimensions (LxWxH): x 130 38.5 39.5 cm x

To see his visit to Lars Beller Fjetland and that of the publisher Normann Copenhagen.

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