Inspired by Nordic gourmet traditions, Snøhetta, Thorstein Schmidt and René Redzepi conceived the wooden interior design of BARR restaurant in the former home of world’s renown noma restaurant.
The Norway x New York workshop engaged American and Norwegian studios to team up and create designs that can be self-produced and distributed independently.
With the Nordic Light exhibition, Nordic Museum showcases the history of Scandinavian lamps while an installation by Note Design Studio recreates the glowing iridescence of Northern lights.
With the Figurine collection, NOTE Design Studio designed essential tables, barstools and chairs that prefers to be functional rather then showing off.
Stockholm Furniture Fair 2017: leading Scandinavian brands like Hay, Artek, Republic of Fritz Hansen and Carl Hansen & Søn reissue Nordic design classics by Arne Jacobsen, Alvar Aalto and more.
BIG’s Urban Rigger is the first floating housing solution for students in search of a cozy and an affordable place not far from Copenhagen’s city centre.
Icelandic musician Björk unveils the Rottlace mask, a 3D printed design by Neri Oxman that was shaped from the artist’s musculoskeletal system.
Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter develops kids’ ideas and wishes to design a volumetric and silvery-wrapped children centre in Copenhagen.
A maze of interiors allows visitors to discover HAY 2016 collections including flatpacked sofas and outdoor furniture by the Bouroullec Brothers, a perforated plastic moulded chair by Scholten & Baijings as well as the new lightings of debuting brand wrong.london.
Blå Station celebrates 30 years of out-of-the-box furniture born from international collaborations at their Milan furniture store… Because “Design is a sustainable investment that needs to be tried and touched for real, not with just a remote click” said at Blå Station to ArchiPanic.
Landskating: 9 great stories of concrete ramps from Tokyo to Paris… What happens when architects and skaters team up to make cities friendlier?
SmallerObjects presents a new collection developed by international designers who believed in Claesson Koivisto Rune alternative royalty model.
Aurora exhibition at Stockholm Furniture Fair offers the chance to dig into the unique features of each Nordic country. We picked Iceland. Here extreme conditions became the cradle for a distinct creative approach: sulphure designs, flat-packed paper lamps and even furniture made of whale bones and shark teeth.
Renown designers created Menu new collections of chairs, accessories and tableware according to the motto “Modernism Reimagined”.
Iconic design for XXI century charisma. Republic of Fritz Hansen updates the empowering sling silhouette of Arne Jacobsen’s Oxford Chair.
Swedish students propose to turn a disused grain silo into a columbarium-inspired vertical cemetery as a sensitive solution for Malmö port area.
Northern Lighting launches Buddy, Birdy and Granny; quirky light-design companions that touch base with ergonomics and nordic feel.
Minimal and simple home collection by Iittala with fashion designer Issey Miyake highlights Japan and Finland increasingly similar aesthetics.
Pop-corns, comfy seats and good-humour, Nordic cinema meets IKEA: get ready for flat-packed vendetta and odd furniture-mates.
Nic Nac: Nicholai Wiig Hansen designs Norman Copenhagen new collection of colourful and glossy steel containers and trays to keep things in order with style.
Baked upholstered mirrors, chemically oxidated sculptures, and poured bowls with fluid patterns. Emerging Scandinavian designers showcase their alchemic attitude at Maison&Objet’s exhibition TALENTS À LA CARTE.
A forest of Gothic columns, the set of a horror movie, and even an elephant in the room. Sculptors and architects from around the world design art suites of the soon-to-be-melted Ice Hotel in Northern Sweden.
Frame design collection of cubic shelves that look like 2D drawings allows endless compositions and can be hung on the wall or simply seat on the floor.
Winning proposal by Moreau Kusunoki Architectes for Guggenheim Helsinki competition features a hub of darkly cladded pavilions.
Danish brand Louis Poulsen relaunches an iconic PH lamp by architect Poul Henningsen: the new PH 3½-2½ will be available with an oxidising copper shade.
Transparent Speaker by Swedish start up and design agency PEOPLE PEOPLE brings music, wireless cutting-edge design and a sustainable approach in the living room.
Wästberg launches a conical set of supersized pendants that rebalances the original role of the lamp itself: to create a room in the room. Design by Claesson Koivisto Rune.
Form chair by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen merges hundreds of chairs from design history.
Toughened by Norwegian hard winters, Trollstigen visitors center by Reiulf Ramstad Architects challenges wilderness with a concrete and cor-ten steel structure that stretches dramatically until plunging into the fjords’ mist.
Nick Ross’ Tension Lamp bends like a fishing rod and wins 2014 Muuto Talent Award.