Short Ferro-Fuoco Center Andiron Single Piece

Designed by:  Marco Ferreri
Manufactured by:  Conmoto

This single center fireplace andiron is made from recycled Italian railroad track. This product is Eco-friendly and the modern solution for home and hearth accessories. Manufactured by Conmoto.
9.5" W, 11' D, 4" H
$350.00
Designed by:  Marco Ferreri
Manufactured by:  Conmoto

This single center fireplace andiron is made from recycled Italian railroad track. This product is Eco-friendly and the modern solution for home and hearth accessories. Manufactured by Conmoto.
9.5" W, 11' D, 4" H
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Designed by:  Marco Ferreri
Manufactured by:  Conmoto

This single center fireplace andiron is made from recycled Italian railroad track. This product is Eco-friendly and the modern solution for home and hearth accessories. Manufactured by Conmoto.
9.5" W, 11' D, 4" H

Conmoto

Conmoto was started in the late 1990s with a simple desire by its founder, Johannes Wagner, to create a modern alternative to the typical aesthetics associated with fireplace tools. Based in Germany and known for its beautifully crafted pieces, Conmoto has continued to expand its range of fireplace accessories – andirons, screens, tool sets, and log holders – through collaborations with several designers like Peter Maly, Sebastian Buscher, and Marco Ferreri. Switch Modern presents a range of these designs that recontextualize the fireplace in a thoroughly contemporary way.

Marco Ferreri

Marco Ferreri (born 1958 in Imperia, Italy) is a graphic designer, architect, and industrial designer. He has collaborated with prominent manufacturing brands, such as Conmoto and Danese Milano, creating fireplace accessories, bookshelves, and other household products. Ferreri has won a number of honors over the course of his career including the Compasso d'Oro, the Design Plus 2000 Award, and the Red Dot Award 2002. He is a member of the Ordine Architetti Milano and a professor at Milan’s Politecnico, the Free University of Bozen, and the Accademia of Brera.