The „Patch Marble Tables“ and the „Marble Wall Clock“ are made with the peculiarities of the stone
It happened in Milan, writes Kristoffer Fagerstrøm of Sweden’s Note Design Studio. That’s where he came across a natural stone floor made of reclaimed pieces each unique and individual in size and color.
We show an example of what the Swede might have encountered.
The graphic effects of the pattern or arrangement fascinated him, so, as Fagerstrøm elaborates, when his path crossed that of Danish colleagues of Studio Norm Architects a spontaneous cooperation ensued.
In short, Note merged with Norm.
The result was the birth of „Patch Marble Tables“ where the tabletop is made of various types of marble arranged in a type of rigid patchwork. Two basic shapes are available in three sizes (oval: 75 cm x 50 x H 25 and 55 cm x 45 H 16, or round: 35 cm diameter, H 8).
The unique distinguishing factor dictated by the stone: each is unique so each table top is as well.
„Marble Wall Clock“ is by Norm only. Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, Linda Korndal and Kasper Rønn were the designers responsible. The wall-mounted clock is available in a variety of marble types: green Verde Guatemala, black Nero Marquina and white mat stone.
The arms of the clock are made of brass. Seconds are not counted.
The clock has a diameter of 30 cm, including the clockwork, the timepiece is 10 cm thick.
Both can be ordered via the webpage menu.