Morsø is a Danish manufacturer of wood-burning stoves sold worldwide. The history of Morsø dates all the way back to 1853. Today, Morsø is all about new designs and new ways of combining form and function; efficiency with beauty and comfort and – in recent years – with environmental awareness.
All Morsø stoves are made of cast iron which has a thermal tension, making the material especially suited for changeable temperatures. As a result a Morsø cast-iron stove neither twists nor becomes skew once it’s heated up. A Morsø stove is bound with ceramic string and bolted together with screws, resulting in a perfectly sealed stove.
Holscher Design’s Morsø stoves are available in an elliptical form, providing a panoramic effect and many ways of positioning, e.g. in corners.
With the Holscher stoves the fire can be viewed from wide angles, thanks to the large glass door.