Uniform Bench

by Flensted Mouritzen

7.500 incl. tax

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 90x45x45
Open Editions Material : Powdercoated MDF
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Uniform Bench is a collaboration by the designers Troels Flensted & Ragna Mouritzen. It was originally designed for the Cabinetmakers’ Autumn Exhibition 2018, at Thorvaldsens Museum in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Uniform Bench addresses the exhibition’s theme, MONO, in its use of colour, form and material. The construction of the bench is based on a single repeated element, resulting in a form and a surface that spark an interplay of light and shadow that brings the monochrome surface to life.

The colour is perceived to have an endless range of values – Uniform Bench is an exploration on how a colour can affect a form – and, even more importantly: how a form can affect a colour.

Made in collaboration with Jotun Powder Coatings & Giessen BV.

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Weight 90 kg
Dimensions 120 × 80 × 60 cm
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About the designer

Flensted Mouritzen was founded by Troels Flensted (DK) and Ragna Mouritzen (DK), with the vision to explore materials, colours and ways of making. They create gallery pieces that balances in between function and sculpture. They both studied at University of the Arts London (Central Saint Martins & Camberwell) and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design, and are now based in Copenhagen, Denmark where they continue their individual practices as well as their collaboration.

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