Simen Aarseth, Christoffer Angell and Øyvind Wyller are three product designers who have collaborated on several projects after their master’s degree in design at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts in 2010. Through their design simple ordinary objects are transformed into playful, practical, desirable objects. Awaa gives you a chance to rediscover and enjoy the “new look” of everyday items you are using in your daily life.
Discover Sandra Backlund, a designer who turns knitted clothing into a piece of art. Mostly famous for her three-dimensional collage knitting she could be easily defined as a sculptor rather than a fashion designer. Her desire to discover different materials and techniques as well as her passion for quality and tradition make Sandra’s clothes one of a kind.
In response to the question “can food be art?” the answer is yes! Thanks to inspirational cooking Haute cuisine can be considered as an art. Whether you agree or not, the Breederfeeder project gives you the opportunity to exlpore the art of cuisine and answer the above question yourself. Brederfeeder invites you to taste original, revolutionary cooking by famous chefs in Breeder gallery, a must-visit place either you are “hungry” for art or food.
Paper is converted into a renewed material: NewspaperWood. This is a new unconventional process, not from wood to paper but the other way around. NewspaperWood by Vij5 is a new promising project that redefines the papermaking process, a process that turns wood into paper. Or should we say the paper into wood?
Strek Design Collective is a collaboration of four students who decided to join forces and work together. A decision which gave them the opportunity to exchange ideas, share experiences and learn about each other. The outcome of this collective action are original, inspirational products revealing the new generation of scandinavian design
Here & (T)here is a limited and numbered production of objects designed by Fabrica for Secondome, the fruit of an unusual marriage between two noble and very beautiful materials, blown glass and oak. Hybrid, bold sculptures focusing on form rather than function; a fine balance of fragility and solidity, solids and voids.