Raft by Norm Architects for &tradition

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Raft by Norm Architects for &tradition

The rounded wooden legs and tops of these stools by Norm Architects of Denmark are joined by brass or steel tubes.

Raft by Norm Architects for &tradition

Called Raft, the collection for design brand &tradition comprises stools in sand-blasted oak or stained ash, plus a table with the same material combinations.

Raft by Norm Architects for &tradition

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Raft by Norm Architects for &tradition

The information below is from the designers:


The Raft Table and Raft stools blend the roughness of natural materials, aging with beauty, with the industrial efficiency of metal structures.

Raft by Norm Architects for &tradition

With a contemporary Scandinavian approach to the drift wood inspiration, the table and stools are unique pieces of furniture that combine simplistic purity and a discreetly sensuous look.

Raft by Norm Architects for &tradition

The sandblasted surface of the table top adds a patinated feel, while the triple legs of round wood has the playful appearance of a living creature in motion.

Raft by Norm Architects for &tradition

And the rounded edges beneath the tabletop or seat makes for a soft and pleasant feel when the hand touches the table.

Raft by Norm Architects for &tradition

Materials:

Lacquered steel or brass with legs of sandblasted solid oak or black stained ash. Top in sandblasted solid oak, white laminate or black ash laminate.

Raft by Norm Architects for &tradition


See also:

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Series One by
Another Country
Chair by
Glass Hill
Stools by
Superfolk
  • Stefan

    very similar to the Odoardo Fioravanti stool for Normann Copenhagen: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5070/5612161663_67

    but I have to say that I prefer this one.

  • vilketsloseri

    not very punk

  • Suvin

    Is it wrong that I like the way the stools were arranged and photographed more than I like the stools themselves?