The Anderssen & Voll design studio and collective has created the F 305 cast iron stove for Jotul, one of the world's oldest and most renowned products of stoves, inserts and fireplaces. Jotul's product components are individually casted, with manufacturing taking place in an aqua-powered factory on the Krakeroya island in Norway.
These cast iron stoves are intended to allow people to enjoy the comfort of a bonfire within the comfort of their own home. The F 305 is constructed out of reclaimed scrap metal, which is capable of enduring high amounts of heat as well as sudden changes in temperature.
Users have the option of mounting the stove on four legs or on a solid base that stretches down to the floor.
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