Scan Magazine | Issue 73 | February 2015

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Scan Magazine | Design Profile | Morsø Jernstøberi

launch of Outdoors Living, a product range of modern wood stove heating solutions for the terrace. “The cast iron is perfect for outdoor living, it can withstand all weather conditions and it brings all the wood stove cosiness out to your terrace,” Dahl says. What is more, you can even use the ovens for cooking. The first Outdoor product launched, Morsø Forno, is a large outdoors oven that you can basically use for everything – including pizza-baking, slowcooking, smoking, baking, and of course – keeping yourself warm.

foundries, a technology that set new standards for wood stoves. “The convection principle is very efficient, it provides a more even distribution of the heat, and the noncatalytic combustion system makes Morsø one of the most environmentally friendly heating systems in the world. The emission of particles from a modern Morsø woodburning stove has been reduced to an absolute minimum through refined combustion technology and advanced purification systems,” Dahl explains. The convection principle means that the Morsø ovens meet the strictest environmental requirements in the world. The consideration for the environment does not only concern the end product, however, as Morsø Jernstøberi also makes sure that at least 80 per cent of their production’s energy consumption comes from sustainable energy sources – mainly wind energy. And then there is the fact that 99 per cent of the cast iron in a Morsø wood-burning stove comes from scrap that has been re-melted. “We are actually recycling something that should have been thrown away,” Dahl explains. “It’s quite fascinating to think that your new stove might once have been a bicycle, or a lamp post,” Dahl says. Bring out the heat Morsø Jernstøberi recently brought a new dimension to the wood-stove concept. Three years ago, they decided to bring the heat and atmosphere outside with the

“There are so many possibilities with the outdoor ovens – they are extremely popular right now, especially among professional chefs, but they are easy to use for cooks at all levels,” Dahl says. The range also consists of the Morsø Kamino – the outdoor fireplace that will keep you warm and cosy on a chilly spring night, and the Morsø Grill Forno, which is suitable for smaller terraces or areas. The Outdoor Living line has ovens to fit all purposes and a number of possibilities. “By adding a door to the Forno Grill for instance, you can use it for baking or slow-cooking, Dahl says. “The oven means that you’ll get more out of your time outdoors: more quality and more time – quite literally. The oven prolongs the time you have on your terrace – both your evening and your season,” Dahl says, who reckons the ovens will extend your summer for a month on each end. TOP LEFT: There is no need to be by the Mediterranean to make the most of the outdoor lifestyle. Extend your spring and summer nights with the Morsø Kamino (2013), the ‘outdoor fireplace’. TOP RIGHT: The Morsø’s characteristic 2B Classic (1934) with radiant heat is still very popular although it truly is one of Morsø Jernstøberi’s classics, having been manufactured in different versions for more than 70 years. MIDDLE RIGHT: Morsø Forno (2012) is shaped like an Italian stone oven inside. The wide, low-ceilinged firebox produces optimal radiant heat for cooking. BOTTOM RIGHT: Morsø has recently extended the Outdoor Living collection with a Cooking and Dining Line. The GrillCocotte (2014) can be used in the oven, on all types of cookers – including induction, on the grill or over a fire – and it will last for generations.

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