Mooner

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Studio David Thulstrup

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a sofa that has the shell of a bench, with an open back and an armrest. It has big cushions and allow cushioned armrest, that is big enough for your head to rest comfortably on. It has straight lines, but soft materiality in the textiles. It looks good from all angles, and is especially cool from the back where the wood and the fabric come into play in the backrest. It stands on feet that gives it a light expression.

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2 Seater

Overall width: 200 cm; Seat width: 168 cm; Armrest width: 35 cm; Overall height: 65 cm; Leg height: 12 cm; Seat depth: 62 cm; Overall depth: 87 cm.

3 Seater

Overall width: 250 cm; Seat width: 218 cm, Armrest width: 35 cm; Overall height: 65 cm; Leg height: 12 cm; Seat depth: 62 cm; Overall depth: 87 cm.

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"We were inspired by a wooden bench, and the desire to be able to take a good nap in it. Armrests often seem to be in the way of a good position for napping, so we decided to add this function into the armrest, so it would also become a headrest.

The result is an armrest that functions as a perfect pillow to rest your head on as well. Finally, it was important for us to design a sofa that looks good from all angles, and we were inspired by the idea of mixing the hard wood structure and the soft cushions in the appearance of the back."

Studio David Thulstrup

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a sofa that has the shell of a bench, with an open back and an armrest. It has big cushions and allow cushioned armrest, that is big enough for your head to rest comfortably on. It has straight lines, but soft materiality in the textiles. It looks good from all angles, and is especially cool from the back where the wood and the fabric come into play in the backrest. It stands on feet that gives it a light expression.

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Yellow
Kvadrat Balder 3 - 432
68% New wool, 26% Cotton, 6% Nylon.
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Light Grey
Kvadrat Hallingdal 65 - 110
70% New wool, 30% Viscose. Dirt repellent, comfortable, hard wearing. Complies with EU ecolabel "The Flower".
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Dark Grey
Kvadrat Savanna - 152
34% Polyester, 31% New wool, 26% Acrylic, 4% Cotton, 3% Nylon, 2% Linen.
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Dark Petrol Green
Kvadrat Vidar 3 - 1062
94% New wool from New Zealand, Australia and Norway, 6% Nylon. Comfortable, hard wearing, dirt repellant, flame retardant, natural and sustainable.
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Available materials
Yellow
Kvadrat Balder 3 - 432
68% New wool, 26% Cotton, 6% Nylon.
Careguide
Light Grey
Kvadrat Hallingdal 65 - 110
70% New wool, 30% Viscose. Dirt repellent, comfortable, hard wearing. Complies with EU ecolabel "The Flower".
Careguide
Dark Grey
Kvadrat Savanna - 152
34% Polyester, 31% New wool, 26% Acrylic, 4% Cotton, 3% Nylon, 2% Linen.
Careguide
Dark Petrol Green
Kvadrat Vidar 3 - 1062
94% New wool from New Zealand, Australia and Norway, 6% Nylon. Comfortable, hard wearing, dirt repellant, flame retardant, natural and sustainable.
Careguide
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Dimensions
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2 Seater

Overall width: 200 cm; Seat width: 168 cm; Armrest width: 35 cm; Overall height: 65 cm; Leg height: 12 cm; Seat depth: 62 cm; Overall depth: 87 cm.

3 Seater

Overall width: 250 cm; Seat width: 218 cm, Armrest width: 35 cm; Overall height: 65 cm; Leg height: 12 cm; Seat depth: 62 cm; Overall depth: 87 cm.

Shipping
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Expect delivery times up to 6 weeks and usually less. Every product is made to order - ensuring we don't produce unnecessary. Your shipping cost is 150€, even if the actual price exceeds that.

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FACTORIES

S-Form

EMPLOYEES

340

Established

2004

Distance to Copenhagen, DK

750 km

Location

Alytus, Lithuania

S-Form is located in one of the industrial capitals in the north of Lithuania. They do pillows, seats, upholstery, frame manufacturing, foam parts and sewing. Specialized in high and stable quality (reclamation rate under 1%).

They are active in taking responsibility for Lithuania's unemployment situation. S-form is recruiting a lot of people from the unemployment agency ‘’Darbo birža’’.

We decided on the factory after several visits in Lithuania in order to ensure the best conditions and quality products.

CEO Saulius Mockus and CFO are involved full time in the day-by-day business activities. Quality checks and control in all of the production steps. They operate according to the local government laws, covering governmental social insurance without any governmental debts.

They produce mostly for Italian, German and Scandinavian furniture companies, exporting 100% from Lithuania.

S-Form

Katmedis

EMPLOYEES

36

Established

2011

Distance to Copenhagen, DK

790 km

Location

Anykščiai, Lithuania

Katmedis specialises in furniture made of hard wood and is conveniently located in Anykščiai, one of the greenest areas in Lithuania with a third of the region covered by forest.

The factory was originally created in the pre-war Lithuania, when the company's original founder - the grandfather of a current director Romas Katinas, opened the workshop. Unfortunately, because of the changes of the regime, the workshop had to be closed. Despite the break, his grandchildren Romas Katinas along with his two brothers decided to revive and to continue his grandfather's legacy.

Katmedis has a FSC certification
 which delivers business benefits by guaranteeing environmental and social responsibility. Its chain of custody certification verifies that products are handled correctly at every stage of production. They operate according to the local government laws covering governmental social insurance without any governmental debts.

The workshop keeps the long lasting manufacturing traditions and values as well as adopt new technologies and innovations into the business. Made today is dining tables, living room tables, cabinets, kitchen fittings and beds with almost all of its production going to Northern Europe.

Katmedis

Studio David Thulstrup

"I eat breakfast in bed every morning"

"I have a soft spot for minimalism”

What did you have for breakfast? 

A banana and pear yogurt with oats and coffee with a drop of milk - in bed. I eat breakfast in my bed every morning.

Are you a good cook and is there something you always make your guests to return?

Pasta and ketchup (laughs). No, I’m joking. I usually make red wine braised pig jaw with mashed potatoes.

Do you dance at home?

Yes, with Martin.

What’s your favourite song to dance to?
What is a good track/album/playlist to hang out to?

Oh my god. Usually I just listen to whatever is on the radio when Martin puts it on. The few times I play music myself, it is an opera or classical music.

Are there any spaces / homes that have made an impact on you?  

My friend’s Philip’s house in France. It is one of the most liveable and cosy homes I have been to - I just never want to leave. A visit to Thorvaldsens museum every time makes a strong impression on me. The colours, terrace and high ceiling have always been a great inspiration to me. In my childhood I used to visit monasteries and churches with my parents, and they have such an impact on me. The scales of the buildings, the simplicity - but in the same time, often over decorated areas, were just overwhelmingly impressive for a small boy. In the memory it was a mix of something very grand - but very simple at the same time.

What was the house like where did you grow up? 

My childhood home was built on a hill, covered with rhododendron trees, colouring the hills pink during the certain periods of the year. The house was a very big wooden structure building with a big marble hall with wood panelling, a large living room and a dining room. In the basement we had a Ping-Pong table, wine cellar and a wood shop. The garden was big with massive trees that continued into the nearby forest. We used to have dogs, and they loved the garden. There was a little corner with all kinds of berries, and we had a huge fire place. Attached to the house was a 30-meter-long veranda, covered with yellow roses and red grapes and a very tall orangery, with a hole for goldfish in the ground and plaster carvings on the walls.

What’s your favourite thing at home?

This little yellow cup by Kaj Franck.

Who do you feel are doing cool things now or in the past?

At the moment I am really inspired by the people behind Stedsans in the woods. It’s a brilliant concept by this couple, a chef and a cookbook author, where they founded a restaurant in the middle of a forest in Halland, Sweden. Guests can dine and then sleep over in Bedouin tents or simple huts. I think that is pretty cool, I feel this is what we all need to do more often. Go low key and embrace nature. See more on Instagram: Stedsans in The Woods.

You clearly have a strong sense of aesthetic. Do you feel that you are inspired by different cultures, designers or people?

This is such a tricky question, I think there is a fixed aesthetic foundation in me, but I totally get inspired by everything and everyone around me. I try to have all of my antennas out all the time, to sense whatever inspiration or idea there might be awaiting me. These impressions then get filtered and developed according to the project. I don’t think that I have a specific style language, it all comes down to the project and the task. But I can honestly admit that I have a soft spot for minimalism and I am constantly looking for that “sparking” feature, the one that makes the concept pop up and “cool”.

Where is the best place to work? 

I do most of my work here at the office, but for digesting many of the topics and processes I have to go outside the office. At home, on my way to work - anywhere.

What should a sofa do for you?

It depends on the purpose - there are so many kinds of sofa “purposes”. There is the “reception sofa”, “lazy sofa” or “party sofa” to mention a few. A sofa for the home should, of course, fulfil multiple functions, comfort - one of the most important. You should be able to cuddle up on it, stretch your feet and take your Sunday nap. But then it is equally important for it to be a presentable piece of furniture, that you can be proud of. I like sofas that are placed free in the space, so for me it is important that it looks beautiful from all angles.

A correspondence between David and Jonas (COMMON), November 2017.