Polygriff from Danish Moebe is a dynamic animal in wood, a wooden sculpture that can be shaped in many ways according to the imagination. The pieces are made of solid oak and with a little love can in principle last a lifetime.
Moebe produces furniture and lifestyle items, with sustainable ambitions for simplicity, durability, possibility of repair and with production as much as possible from certified raw materials. The brand was created in 2014 by architects Martin de Neergard Christensen, Nicholas Oldroyd and cabinet maker Anders Thams and the team develops all designs from their studio workshop at Amager in Copenhagen.
Moebe tries to support the need for "less" in their design. What is the core function and how to remove the unnecessary? How can you do more with less? And how do you screw up a product so that it lasts as long as possible?
Dimensions: H: 32 x W: 8 x D: 21 cm
Material: Untreated oak