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A Line collection
Herman Studio

A Line collection Herman Studio

A Line is a collection of functional furniture made up of a mix of rediscovered classics and new reinterpretations of essential storage objects. The series consists of a storage bench, a shoe rack, a mirror, a laundry bin and a stepladder.

It is designed to embellish the practical spaces of the home and guarantee the pleasure of use and storage.

Storage bench

Material Solid European oak
Large 111 x 35 x H45 cm Small 68 x 35 x H45 cm 

Storage bench
Storage bench
Storage bench
Storage bench
Storage bench

Special edition

Storage bench n°2138 - L111
Indigo blue stained ash

Storage bench

Storage bench n°2135 - L111
Oiled oak

Storage bench

Storage bench n°2136 - L111
Black stained oak

Storage bench

Storage bench n°2137 - L111
White oiled oak

Storage bench

Storage bench n°2130 - L68
Oiled oak

Storage bench

Storage bench n°2131 - L68
White oiled oak

Storage bench

Storage bench n°2132 - L68
Black stained oak

Shoe rack

Materials Solid European oak
Large 72 x 25 x H100 cm Small 35 x 25 x H100 cm  

Shoe rack
Shoe rack
Shoe rack

Shoe rack n°2145 - L72
Oiled oak

Shoe rack

Shoe rack n°2146 - L72
White oiled oak

Shoe rack
Shoe rack

Shoe rack n°2135 - L35
Oiled oak

Shoe rack n°2136 - L35
White oiled oak

Mirror

Material Solid European oak
Dimension 52 x H195 cm 

Mirror
Mirror
Mirror
Mirror

Mirror n°2140 - Oiled oak

Mirror n°2141 - White oiled oak

Mirror

Mirror n°2142 - Black stained oak

Laundry box

Material Solid European oak
Dimension 43 x 32,5 x H73 cm 

Laundry box
StudioLaundry box
Laundry box
Laundry box

Laundry box n°2125 - Oiled oak

Laundry box n°2126 - White oiled oak

Stepstool

Material Solid European oak
Dimension 38,5 x 38 x H45,5 cm 

Stepstool
Stepstool
Stepstool
Stepstool

Stepstool n°2170 - Oiled oak

Stepstool n°2171 - White oiled oak

Herman Studio

Herman Studio was founded in 2012 by the two architects Helle Herman Mortensen and Jonas Herman Pedersen. Their work ranges from textiles, ceramics, lighting and furniture design to interior decoration. One of the hallmarks of their design is their attention to the contours of objects. By working with a distinctive contour for each object, the craftsmanship allows the design to stand out while remaining simple and easily recognizable. Their great passion for design and appreciation of aesthetic principles complement their use of traditional materials and methods. They work in an iterative process between sketches, models and prototypes. Their design process begins with the detailed study of construction methods, an approach that plays a central role throughout the design process. The workshop is therefore an essential part of their studio.