Tag Archives: Norwegian

BENKT

Since my last post Victoria and I have exhibited in Paris and London, and I wanted to share one of our projects with you. In London we were part of the exhibition 100% Norway and presented the duo BENKT, which consist of a bench and a blanket. The bench is inspired by traditional Scandinavian kitchen benches, and is made with natural and pure materials; pinewood, leather and Norwegian produced wool textile. The blanket is made with traditional weaving technique in brightly colored wool, and manufactured with the help of Røros Tweed. The photos are taken by the talented photographer Kaja Bruskeland. Please visit our brand new website gunzlerpolmar.no to see more of our work.

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Look to Norway

Look to Norway consists of ten young Norwegian designers who joined together to show their work during the Designers Open in Leipzig. They are all students at different design schools in the country and the idea was to build bridges between the different institutions. It´s a great concept and a good mix of talented people. For images and info on all the products and participants check out the Look to Norway website.

Curious lamp by Caroline Olsson

Le Korpusiør by Jørgen Platou Willumsen

1+1 by Martin Larsen

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Funkle

The Norwegian design team Funkle has got a new textile collection called Gullfuglen (The Golden Bird), which include blankets, pillows and bed linen with nice graphic patterns.

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Mind the gap

Love the hallway furniture “Mind The Gap”, by Norwegian designer Ida Noemi.

The details are beautiful – and the photos by Kaja Bruskeland are great!

For more photos and other projects have a look here.

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Ingrid Rognstad

Wonderful illustration by Ingrid Rognstad – check out her website for more of her work.

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Godagers.no

Mid century modern design from the norwegian shop Godagers.

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