In the office: Olssøn Barbieri
Designers Olssøn Barbieri have a studio in an old, yellow house in Oslo, and make great packaging design from their light, marble floored basement.
Nice fonts seen in the street, in stores and found by chance, can be surprisingly interesting and inspiring.
Guest: Åke E:son Lindman
Åke E:son Lindman is one of our favourite photographers. He has been to Sainte Marie de La Tourette, designed by Le Corbusier in 1960.
BIG in Montpellier
BIG Architects was recently announced winner of the international design competition for the new Museum of the Human Body in Montpellier, France.
NORM Architects was established in 2008, and experiment with both product design, architecture, photography, art direction and graphic design.
At home: Trine and Jan in Copenhagen
Art director Trine and architect Jan lives in Fredriksberg, Copenhagen, in a sunny townhouse with white walls, big windows and nice objects.
Bad taste – good feeling
Scandinavian aesthetes should sometimes take on something ugly or unusual, something that not only glide past as approved and adopted as beautiful.
Caroline Olssons Pencil Light was presented during 100% Norway in London, and is both a lamp and storage for stationary supplies.
Kalvebod Waves by JDS Architects opened in August, and is an expansion of the harbourfront with bridges and water-related activities.
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