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Show & Tell by Norwegian design studio Günzler Polmar.
"Show & Tell are developed for the exhibition "The State of Things" in Oslo, and they are designed based on a given brief consisting of a box full of everyday treasures and trinkets.  We worked with how you can store and show objects that are valuable to you - because they are unique and exclusive, or simply because they mean something special to you.”

Show & Tell by Norwegian design studio Günzler Polmar.

"Show & Tell are developed for the exhibition "The State of Things" in Oslo, and they are designed based on a given brief consisting of a box full of everyday treasures and trinkets.

We worked with how you can store and show objects that are valuable to you - because they are unique and exclusive, or simply because they mean something special to you.”

— 1 year ago with 31 notes

#Günzler Polmar  #Gunzler Polmar  #Norway  #Scandinavian design  #Accessories  #art 
Marimekko iPhone case out late October. Via Marimekko.

Marimekko iPhone case out late October. Via Marimekko.

— 1 year ago with 40 notes

#marimekko  #finland  #Scandinavian design  #Accessories  #iPhone 
Copper 58 by Norweigan Strek Collective.

Copper 58 is a series of five circular copper pieces. The biggest can be used as a trey, and the smallest is suitable for candels. Between there it is a tall and slim vase and lower bowls that can be used to store your small things.

Copper 58 by Norweigan Strek Collective.

Copper 58 is a series of five circular copper pieces. The biggest can be used as a trey, and the smallest is suitable for candels. Between there it is a tall and slim vase and lower bowls that can be used to store your small things.

— 1 year ago with 26 notes

#Strek Collective  #Norway  #Scandinavian design  #Accessories 
Re-turned by Lars Beller Fjetland.

The “Re-turned”-concepts elevates leftover wood from being merely an ignored piece of trash to becoming a desired piece of feel-good woodcraft.

Re-turned by Lars Beller Fjetland.

The “Re-turned”-concepts elevates leftover wood from being merely an ignored piece of trash to becoming a desired piece of feel-good woodcraft.

— 2 years ago with 439 notes

#Lars Beller Fjetland  #norway  #Scandinavian design  #Accessories