Beller’s Birds

, , , , , , , By Catherine

How great are these!?

Norwegian designer Lars Beller Fjetland creates his birds from leftover wood, thus the name: Re-Turned.

“The “Re-turned”-concepts elevates leftover wood from being merely an ignored piece of trash to becoming a desired piece of feel-good woodcraft,” according to the designer. Now that’s one more reason to love these birds, isn’it?

Only 30 birds are available at the moment, and each took half a day to produce by hand. Beller is now looking for a producer that will stay true to the core philosophy of his project using rejected or leftover wood. Anyone interested? Contact him: [email protected]

About the designer:
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. Graduating from Bergen National Academy of the Arts in 2012, Lars is constantly looking to broadening his horizon as a dedicated explorer of form through various new projects. His latest endeavours range from collaborations with graphic designers to more sculptural, artistic experiments with form and material. Find out more about Beller here.

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  1. 2 Mar 2012 / 09:45

    oh i love these little birds, so nice!

    • kaven yap
      2 May 2012 / 14:47

      may i know where can buy it ??
      they ate so cute ` i love it ~

  2. June Hutton
    4 Jul 2012 / 03:32

    I would love to know where I can buy these birds, they are delightful!

  3. Mary Mayer
    9 Dec 2012 / 20:51

    How are the 3 wooden birds available for sale in / to the U. S. ?

  4. Barbara Pillote
    21 Sep 2020 / 18:29

    I would love to purchase Re-Turned Birds. They are delightful. Are they available for Christmas 2020?

    • Catherine
      19 Oct 2020 / 16:36

      Hi Barbara, I don’t know for sure these birds are still in production… The article is from 2012 :(

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