Plinth Pedestal

Plinth Pedestal

Designer Norm Architects

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Plinth Pedestal

Plinth Pedestal

Designer Norm Architects

A part of our ever-growing Plinth Collection of multifunctional marble and stone furniture pieces, the Plinth Pedestal is a space-saving display for ornamental objects. Elevating in every sense, its slender silhouette is offered in a range of beautiful, natural materials that form the perfect backdrop for family heirlooms, a flower-filled vase, decorative lamp and more.

Color

Selected: Calacatta Viola Marble

Regular price $2,375.00
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Marble is a natural material that will have varying marbling patterns from product-to-product. Shape and quality are always preserved.

SKU 7025319

Materials

Nero Marquina marble
Grey Kendzo marble
Carrara marble
Calacatta Viola marble
Kunis Breccia stone
Marble is treated with a sealer for surface protection

Dimensions

29.5"H x 11.8"W x 11.8"D, Weight: 94.8lbs.
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Norm Architects

Founded in Copenhagen in 2008 by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn, Norm Architects specialise in residential architecture, commercial interiors, industrial design, photography and art direction. The name, Norm Architects, reflects the group’s emphasis on the importance of drawing inspiration from norms and traditions within architecture and design – particularly the Scandinavian design principles of timeless aesthetics and natural materials, and the modernist values of restraint and refinement. Guided by these principles, Norm Architects produce a design that unites materials and craftsmanship, while embodying beauty, history and, most importantly, timeless simplicity, where there is nothing more to add or take away. Today, the group regularly collaborates with Audo Copenhagen, helping to drive the evolution of the brand and its product offerings —imbued with the same intrinsic quality as Norms creative direction: a simplicity that carries bigger ideas. Lead by the body and mind rather than by trends or technology, their projects explore ideas that not only look good but that also feel good: architecture becomes thoughtful, minimalism acquires softness and visual matter assumes haptic qualities.