Founded in Odense, Denmark, this manufacturer of wood burning stoves prides itself on products that hold up to the highest ideals in design, practicality, form and function. Today, Scan is owned by a Norwegian company, Jøtul A/S, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of wood burning stoves with facilities and subsidiaries all over the world.
To date, HarritSorensen have designed four model-series of wood-burning stoves for Scan, all of which were created in close cooperation with Scan’s product development group.
Scan 66 – The organic shape of Scan 66 frames the fire beautifully with a view to the flames through glass. Comes wall-mounted or with pedestal options.
Scan 85 is a large stove with perfect proportions. The burn chamber design creates “a cave” that provides the fire with optimum conditions. The result is a unique flame picture behind the ingenious sliding door. The elegant handle is flush with the stove’s external shape, and it only takes a light push to release the handle.
Scan 68 draws its design from the iconic Scan 58 series, one of the world’s bestselling stoves. The straight lines and combination of glass and aluminium represent the principal of design expression. The elliptic shape adds an expression into its surroundings and is a joy to watch. The Scan 68 series is available with three different base options – or you can simply hang it on the wall.
Scan 64 – Medium-sized stove with large glass door and options for various features. Easylock system lets left- or right-hinged door close by itself.
Scan 83 – A large cylindrical stove with optimum condition burn chamber, available in four colors and height options.
Scan 58 – In 2009, the design of this stove, with its elliptical shape and large glass surfaces, won the international RedDot Design Award. Scan 58 is available with or without glass sides in a choice of three different bases.