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Ferm LIVING

Staffa Pedestal - ferm LIVING

Inspired by the unique volcanic rock formations found on the ancient island of Staffa in Scotland, the Staffa collection features a series of bold furniture pieces. Paying homage to their namesake, which means pillar in old Norse, every piece is crafted entirely from glass fibre reinforced concrete, using an innovative casting process that provides each item with a rough, uneven shape reminiscent of blocks of carved stone. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, the Staffa Pedestal presents an intriguing piece that blurs the line between art and functionality. Use it as a plinth to elevate your favourite lamp or piece of art and watch as it naturally sparks conversation.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Material: Glassfiber Reinforced Concrete
Dimensions: 30.6 x 80 x 30.2 cm (WxHxD)
Weight: 25kg

The Staffa products are intended for indoor use as well as outdoor use

*Care instructions: Wipe with a damp cloth. Do not use an abrasive surface or chemicals for cleaning

ABOUT ferm LIVING

Born in Copenhagen by Trine Andersen, Ferm Living work with artisans from around the world, fusing their Scandinavian mindset with global skills and traditions. Their collections are defined by soft forms, rich textures and curious details that let you create composed atmospheres with a touch of the unexpected. From materials and processes to production and delivery, they challenge themselves to help shape a sustainable future, making it easier for you to make responsible choices. They create collections of furniture, accessories and lighting, so you can create space to feel comfortably you.

The brand was conceived in Copenhagen in the home of Trinie with wallpaper, or rather, a lack of it… In 2005, Trinie had just moved into a house with her husband, and just couldn’t seem to find a wallpaper that fit our taste. She therefore decided to make her own, which resulted in ten different wallpaper designs.

After applying to exhibit them at a trade fair in Denmark Trinie couldn’t afford to manufacture all ten designs, so armed with just one wallpaper and a handful of printouts ferm LIVING was created.

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