Cloche designed by Lars Beller Fjetland
Lars Beller Fjetland grew up at the Norwegian west shore. The original and rough landscape embossed the designer such a lot that he established a long attraction for organic materials. Fjetland finished at the Arts University in Bergen in 2012. Ever since, the Norwegian continually hunt for possibilities of expanding his experiences perspective and to produce something new out of timeless materials. The blend of functionality with classic all-natural products additionally embosses the layout style of the Norwegian: Fjetland creates furniture, lamps and various other furnishing elements out of sustainable resources.Re-turnedThe "Re-turned"-principles raises leftover wood from being merely an ignored item of garbage to ending up being a wanted item of feel-good woodcraft. Maybe they never made it from their origins in the woods and into a finished piece of furnishings, but acquired reduced off somewhere along the means.DriftedThe motivation for "Drifted" collection came from a browse through to Ã�ygarden, beyond Bergen. While walking along the waters surround I familiarized all the diverse materials and things that had floated ashore. Driftwood blonde and searched by the ocean, aged cork that had been ground to unrecognisable forms. These textures, shapes and material established the basis for the feces "Drifted". The name plays off the products capacity to wander with the existing. The seat in stopper stands for the soft, warm and versatile, while the leg construction in ash stands as a representation for the robust, static and sturdy. The fusion between these materials makes an useful, and also visual consistency. The feces incorporates form-qualities that produce remembrance to the traditional workmanship of Scandinavian furniture.ClocheReflecting an era of class and grace, Lars Beller's "Cloche" lamp strangely enough discovers equilibrium, weight and elegance, finding inspiration in several of nature's most impressive and stylish remedies. In an initiative to free the beautiful, natural circulation of kind, the "Cloche" lamp represents an unanticipated poetry; one that can only come up from an exploration of the unlikely. Unanticipated combinations of product, size and shape gain from each other, each component lending its durabilities to the various other to produce a perfectly well balanced whole. Like a bluebell bloom, the lamp is securely based by its cast iron roots, while carefully leaning its large and sexy spun copper petals over any sort of object or area; all implemented by the versatility of its lightweight ash lumber stem. The "Cloche" light finds the intrinsic high qualities the materials stand for, while with dignity raising their beauty. Keeping with designer Lars Beller's viewpoint of genuineness in products and building, the entire light can easily be dissembled into merely 3 different items.PianissimoSeamlessly formed from glass and sound-absorbing cork, the friendly and soft look of the "Pianissimo" lamp welcomes you to follow share a silent minute in the convenience of its mild illumination. Typically, the layout of cork-based lamps compels an undesirable downside in production; the excessive waste connected to the procedure of improving a solid block of cork into a slim and hollow shade. By using the flexibility of the cork to cover the material around the glass, the "Pianissimo" lamp supplies a material-conscious and impressive method to its category, substantially lowering the overall quantity of used product. A smooth and soft outer shell shelters its glowing, power efficient heart of LEDs, while the white frosted glass gently crushes its light making it warm and welcoming.