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UTA Piece, FSC™ certified Dark Oiled Pinewood

by ferm LIVING Design Studio

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The UTA Piece by ferm LIVING features an eye-catching design whether used as a stool or a side table. Inspired by brutalism, Uta’s intriguing form is comprised of simple geometric shapes. Crafted from solid, FSC™ certified pinewood, the warm and natural expression of the material beautifully contrasts UTA’s severe form, uniting to create a robust yet elegant expression.

Based on a passion for authentic design and with responsibility at the heart of every choice, ferm LIVING creates honest products and calm environments, working with artisans around the world and fusing their Scandinavian mindset with global skills and traditions. ferm LIVING collections are defined by soft forms, rich textures and curious details that let you create composed atmospheres with a touch of the unexpected. From materials and processes to production and delivery, ferm LIVING is dedicated to build a sustainable future.

UTA Piece, FSC™ certified Dark Oiled Pinewood, by ferm LIVING
- FSC™ certified Dark Oiled Pinewood
- H 27.6" x W 15.7" x D 15.3"
- Made in Indonesia


H 27.6" W 15.7" D 15.3"


ferm LIVING Design Studio
ferm LIVING Design Studio

Trine Andersen is the founder and creative director of ferm LIVING. Andersen’s designs pay tribute to the classic, clean traditions of mid-century Scandinavian design, while adding a modern personal twist to the design and a commitment to ethical and sustainable practices. “Our biggest ambition is, and has always been, to inspire people to create the kind of space that makes them feel comfortable, that allows them to be themselves in their own home. A home, after all, is much more than a collection of beautiful objects – it’s the place where life happens. We will continue to put out inspiring, quality designs in honest materials, continue to take care of our house by investing in its upkeep – fostering long-term partnerships with our manufacturers and a company culture that promotes balance and transparency – and more than ever, continue and advance our commitment to ethical and sustainable practices that are kind to our planet.”