The classic round table is cut, separated and stretched in varying levels - creating a set of sharp tables in various heights, serving different needs, paired or intersected. The small and tall is perfect as a flower pedestal, hallway shelving or a side table for your cup of coffee by your sofa.
Flip the table tops and play with geometric compositions of shapes and colours, as the surface is covered with different coloured linoleum on each side.
Low and solid (506 x 606 x H 460)
Round in the middle (Ø506 x H 520)
Small and tall (506 x 256 x H 580)
Something in the middle between a small sofa or an extra large armchair, with an reclined and enclosed shape that welcomes the user to crawl up in the seat.
The design language is derived from the traditional armchair, but with dimensions B: 1120 mm x H: 760 mm x D: 900mm, it is clearly expanded both in width and depth, to provide better space for casual use.
The corners are broken and create an unexpected backrest that allows for a comfortable sitting position across the chair. This informal position challenges the user's standards and rules that you should "sit neatly". Here there is room for both work and play - preferably with a child or a good friend in the armrest.
Imagine a curved landscape in the middle of the city.
SOFT_SCAPE is an outdoor, module seating system for the open spaces in the urban landscape. The shapes of the modules soften the cold hard cityscape, with its wavy curves and lines. The module system can be arranged in small intimate seating groups or bigger landscapes.
The nightstand is made of ash. On the table stands a glass of water shining dimly. The glass is illuminated with a built-in light source that transforms the table into an ambient night light.
The shape of the edges are raised and rounded, to make the shape recognizable in the dark. The design in the details and how the material is used and treated gives the otherwise simple shape distinctiveness and an exclusive finish.
Natt means night in Norwegian – and the night stand is inspired by the specific moment 04:16 - in the middle of the night! What happens in the middle of the night? Nothing! You should sleep. Wake up?
The designer got inspired by the night and the darkness, and created a piece of furniture you can fumble your way to. Like when you wake up in the middle of the night and fumble for the glass of water you brought to the bedroom - it stands there shining like a moon in the dark.
The porcelain bowls enhances the perception and flavours of food through a particular focus on the senses. Three similar but distinct shapes meet the tongue in different ways and intensify the taste - sour, sweet or neutral. The soft and appealing shapes make Figgjo Sans versatile and interesting product, as they give new and unexpected ways of serving, sensing and eating food.
The natural varicoloured surface holds a colourful secret, revealed when touched.
Polly is woven with pure, new wool from the Norwegian ancient wild sheep, “spelsau”, on unbleached double hemp. This wool has unique qualities; long fibres add strength and a shiny and lively appearance. The Spelsau (Old Norwegian Short Tail Landrace) is a breed of sheep from Norway. Many consider Spelsau to be the original breed of sheep in Norway. It is well adapted to the climate and was a domestic animal from the Iron Age.