In the next editions of danishfurniture.dk, we present selected furniture from this year’s edition of the Cabinetmakers’ Autumn Exhibition, which is currently displayed at Øregaard Museum near Copenhagen. The theme of the exhibition is Petit, which means that every piece of furniture should not exceed 60 x 60 cm basal area. Photographer: Casper Sejersen.
The classical architecture of Øregaard Museum has inspired Miriam Brostrøm to this little stool with an upholstered seat. The name In Between is due to the fact that the stool is meant to be placed in the hall or other antechambers. The shelf under the seat is intended for storing shoes.
The stool is made of oak with simple, fine details to emphasize the pattern on the seat. The seat is upolstered with serigraphy printed fabric, and the pattern is inspired by the barred windows at the museum.
In Between is produced in collaboration with Haslev Møbelsnedkeri and Kvadrat.