"With the In Situ Modular Sofa, we wanted to combine the functions of visual modularity with the beauty of simple, elegant lines and a deep comfort, echoing the values of Scandinavian design alongside the grandeur of traditional Italian sofas.”
– Anderssen & Voll
"We wanted to create a new perspective on the simple, glass lamp through a soft expression with its acorn-inspired shape and rime-like surface for an ambient light, paired with the subtle details of its colored top and pendant tube. The Rime Pendant Lamp brings a timeless yet modern perspective to the archetypal light through its translucent shape and graphic form.” – TAF Studio
The latest member of the Oslo Family, designed by Norwegian duo Anderssen & Voll, echoing the ideas of timeless design with a deep comfort and contemporary expression.
TALKING TO ANDERSSEN & VOLL ABOUT THE DESIGN.
“The Workshop Table is a design that is pared down to the essence through an almost archetypal appearance, allowing for the details and joints to do all the talking”
– Cecilie Manz
Translating the refined elegance of the Outline Series into an iconic typology.
With its dark, sophisticated hue, the Midnight Blue color gives an elegant expression to the Stacked & Mini Stacked Modular Systems. With their different sizes, shapes and colors, the systems adds new perspectives to modern storage by allowing you to arrange the modules in infinite combinations, according to your individual taste and needs.
Bringing the sentiments of traditional materiality and Scandinavian craftsmanship to the archetypal form of the 70/70 Table through a new tabletop in Solid Oak.
New Perspectives: Philip Battin
Visiting designer Philip Battin in his Oakland home to explore how he creates new perspectives in his work, his perception of design in today's society and how coming from the desolate west coast of Denmark can give you the tools to working for one of the world's most esteemed tech companies.Full story
A Space for Being—Exploring Design's Impact on our Biology
Exploring the A Space for Being installation at Spazio Maiocchi for Milan Design Week 2019, in collaboration with Google, Reddymade Architecture and Johns Hopkins University.Full story