Solid is a minimalist coffee table made from natural, solid materials that unite Scandinavian craftsmanship with the basic principles of Japanese architecture. The result is a timeless and sturdy coffee table with a simple design stripped of unnecessary details.
Solid table consists of a base of Nordic ash and a marble tabletop, and is simple and intuitive to assemble without the use of screws or glue. The parts lock together under the weight of the tabletop, forming a sturdy coffee table with a harmonious and luxurious look.
Its simple and Nordic expression makes Solid look elegant with most sofas.
Clean with damp cloth Easy to assemble without use of any tools Delivered in a flat package ×
Growing up on the west coast of Norway, Lars Beller Fjetland has always been fascinated by nature’s materials. After studying Economics for three years, this fascination and the need to work with something more creative lead him to the Bergen National Academy of the Arts where he graduated from with a Bachelor’s degree in the summer of 2012.
Lars Beller Fjetland describes himself as being a combination of both a curious and pragmatic designer. He allows the quality of the material to dictate both the function and aesthetics of the design, and he strives to create objects with a sense of both timelessness and longevity.
Lars Beller Fjetland explains: “Design to me is stripping everything down to its bare essentials. Honest design, where you can see both how and why the materials and components are interacting and working together. Design is the challenge of only using materials for their inherent qualities, as this will ensure that the object being designed has the ability to fulfill its purpose without having an expiration date. No cheap gimmicks, just a pure, simplistic marriage between function and beauty.”
Normann Copenhagen is a Danish design company with the mission to create original and innovative products in a simple and contemporary design that withstands the test of time. Or in other words, to challenge conventional thinking and make the ordinary extraordinary through great design.