Japanese-style minimalism inspired this constructivist take on a side table from Copenhagen's Ferm Living. Flat planes fashioned in luminous acrylic stone in different but harmonious shadings play off one another in a geometric composition. Definitely a conversation piece, it's also a versatile furnishing with its varied table heights.
19.6" h x 20" w x 13.7" d (50x59.5x35cm)
100% Acrylic stone
Graphic designer Trine Andersen got inspired one day when she was looking for wallpaper and the choices were dull and too expensive. Figuring other people probably felt the same way, she decided to create it herself. And Danish design company Ferm Living was the result, growing to include home accessories, linens, lighting and furniture for both grown-ups and little ones. “Our biggest ambition and desire is to inspire people to create the kind of space that makes them feel comfortable at home,” Trine says. A home is much more than just beautiful things. We believe it’s a place intimately tied to our emotions, values, and way of thinking.”
With a Nordic style that references the design heritage of the ’50s and ’60s, Ferm Living also offers bolder statement pieces—items that are more colorful and rich. “When you mix these styles, the bolder pieces give energy to the calmer ones,” Trine says. “I love to mix it up. It’s not about being just clean and Scandinavian. We love to add some sparkle!”