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Lars Beller Fjetland

Lars Beller Fjetland won the Designer Award in 2013 given by the magazines “Elle Decoration Norway” and “Elle Decoration UK”. Born in Norway, he is known for his tables and birds of sustainable wood. He believes that we benefit from daily interaction with natural materials and it is this belief that makes the work of Lar Beller Fjetland, which in my opinion can be defined as the combination of function, beauty and simplicity.

Created entirely from ash, the chair is free of any extraneous components, relying solely on its minimal Scandinavian charm to draw the eye.

He strives to make each object created with the feeling of longevity, and with the greatest challenge to use only materials that have inherent qualities. This will ensure that every object created is able to fulfill the main purpose without an expiration date.

Pomme is a paperweight and pin cushion created entirely from the leftover materials scattered about the Norwegian’s workshop.

Lars Beller is constantly looking to broaden his horizons as a dedicated explorer of form and function through various new projects. You can buy his objects at hem.com

Taking a single piece of leftover mahogany, Fjetland brings these charming little things to life by way of a lathe.

Pomme is a paperweight and pin cushion created entirely from the leftover materials scattered about the Norwegian’s workshop.

Pomme is a paperweight and pin cushion created entirely from the leftover materials scattered about the Norwegian’s workshop.

The form and texture of these pieces provided the basis for the Drifted chair. Its cork seat gives a feeling of warmth and flexibility, while the oak frame conveys strength, sturdiness, and Nordic classicism.

Thank you, Lars Beller, for sharing your creativity!

Photo: Hem

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