White tiled stove
upper part B 0.36 x D 0.36 m.
The red earthenware tiles are form pressed in plaster moulds. All tiles have a white slip and are covered with transparent glaze, which has its own pattern of irregular cracks. The metalwork is blue-fired iron.
The wood burning stove is 1.45 m high, base is 0.46 m square, and the upper part is 0.36 m square. The construction is built with two internal flues. From the centre of the back of the stove the smoke is conducted to a chimney through a horizontal pipe, equipped with damper and smoke hatch.
On the fire door there is a vent to regulate the draught.
Permanently installed in 2019 in an older renovated house on Hamburgö, Sweden. This stove has been shown at Designforum Svensk Form (SE), Børglum Kloster (DK), Fiskars (FIN),
’100 thoughts about Crafts’ national touring exhibition (SE), Vänersborgs Konsthall (SE).
Thanks to the Swedish Arts Grants Committee who made the project Sculptural tile stove shapes possible.