An ancient Korean wedding tradition inspired designer Lars Beller Fjetland to dream up the Amaranth project, a pair of ducks conceived from the eponymous wood by the skilled artisans at Bottega Ghianda.
The mythical and stunning mandarin ducks are widely conceived as symbol for life-long partnerships, arising from the believe that they partner for life.
The Greek word ‘amarantos’ translates to” immortal and unfading” both suiting characteristics for a project that seeks to celebrate true and everlasting love.
Each Amaranth has a secret compartment inside its body which can be used to hide something precious close to the ducks’ heart.

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Essenze e finiture

Bottega Ghianda carefully selects the quality of materials such as essences, leathers and fine fabrics that make each product unique

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Lars Beller Fjetland

Lars Beller Fjetland grew up on the west coast of Norway, where he has nurtured a lifelong fascination for the marriage of function with the finest of nature’s materials in furniture, interiors and lighting.
He established his self-entitled Design office Beller design in 2011 while still being a student at Bergen Academy of Art and Design. He had his breakthrough in 2012, as he launched four of his latest designs at the annual Salone de mobile.
Graduating from Bergen National Academy of the Arts in 2012, Lars is constantly looking to broadening his horizon as a dedicated explorer of form and function through various new projects. The core philosophy of Lars Beller Fjetland is to design products that achieve a sense of both timelessness and longevity through an immediate, honest functionalism in form and aesthetic. Sustainable yet sophisticated solutions for a smarter tomorrow. Among the awards received: Best of Year – Interior Magazine 2016 (US); Metropolis likes Orgatec 2016 (US); Top 20 under 40, 2016 – Wallpaper magazine (UK), Lamp of the year 2015 – Plaza Interiör (SE); Designer of the year 2014 – Bo Bedre (NO); Designer of the year 2013 – Elle Decoration (NO); Lamp of the year 2013 – Elle Decoration (NO); Accessory of the year 2013 – Bo Bedre (NO); New designers award 2013 – Elle Decoration (UK); Young designer of the year 2012 – Elle Decoration (NO); BIR miljøpris 2011.

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