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Tove Adman

Tove Adman

Tove Adman stands for strong, bold designs and is most known for the concrete candle holder, which has become a true design classic.
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  • Gus candle holder 2-pack
    2-pack $109
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  • Edison lamp
    concrete $63
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  • Tove Adman concrete candleholder
    graphite grey concrete $54
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  • Tove Adman egg cup 4-pack
    concrete 4-pack $46
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  • Tove Adman soap dish
    Betong $18
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  • Tove Adman tape dispenser
    concrete $29
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  • Tove Adman pen holder
    concrete $25
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  • Tove Adman concrete heart
    concrete $51
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  • Garden clothes extra line
    extra line $20
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  • Tove Adman wall clock
    Wall clock $62
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  • Tove Adman desk lamp
    concrete-walnut $118
  • Tove Adman table lamp
    concrete $94
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  • Tove Adman footstool
    concrete $204
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  • Tove Adman bookrest
    concrete $94
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  • Edison lamp
    blasted glass $77
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Tove Adman
Swedish artist and designer Tove Adman is renowned for her work made of concrete. Her products are rustic and elegant, often with a large dose of humour.

Tove Adman began her career as a sculptor during the 1990’s where, together with another colleague, she was the driving force behind brand Fafner. Among other things, the classic concrete candleholder became something of a hallmark for Tove Adman at this time. In 2006, Tove Adman launched her own brand, which she now runs from her studio on the island of Gotland, Sweden.

The ultimate vision is to create timeless design objects that resist current trends, usually with both humour and controversy. Tove Adman creates all original products by hand which is a huge challenge as concrete is both brittle and tough. Concrete products are cast in Järna, Sweden, while the aluminum sand casting products are created in Moadabad, India.