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Design exhibition: Tingenes Tilstand


It´s been quiet here lately, because I have some  projects that keeps me really busy. Most importantly; together with Sverre and Victoria I´m arranging a design exhibition in Oslo called “Tingenes Tilstand” (The State of Things).

More than six months ago we invited a group of  talented and exciting product and furniture designers to develop brand new work based on a given design brief. I´m proud to say that in my opinion the participants really are among the best in Norway! In two weeks we open, Thursday August 30th – September 2, at Galleri TM51 in Oslo.

For those of you who can´t make it to Oslo, we will launch a website where we will publish all the work, the same day as the exhibition opens. Unfortunately I can not reveal the work just yet, but I promise I will in a few weeks!

Exhibitors:

Victoria Günzler, Sara Wright Polmar, Sverre Uhnger, Kristine Bjaadal, Kristine Five Melvær, Gridy, Hallgeir Homstvedt, Petter Skogstad, Martin Solem, Siv Lier, Erlend Bleken, Maria Bjørlykke, Siren Elise Wilhelmsen, Marianne Andersen, Caroline Olsson, Ida Noemi, and Thomas Jenkins

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Paola coats

The water-repellent coats from Norwegian designer Paola are so great! They come in six different models; my favorites are the ones printed with the traditional Norwegian “Marius” knitting pattern. I love that the fabric doesn’t feel like ordinary rain coats, it feels more like a regular light-weight jacket that can be worn in any kinds of weather.

Inside every garment there is a printed Paola calendar to highlight important issues, initiatives and projects, like World Cancer Day, Earth Hour and World Laughter Day.

Detail showing the traditional Norwegian-style buckles on the sleeves.

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