ARRANGEMENTER

9.12.2017
DIVA – kinoplakater med uforglemmelige filmstjerner

02.03.2017
Glimt av Utopia - en samling politisk kunst 1968-1978

10.12.2016
LUCE / LYS -italienske lamper fra luminator til Memphis

03.09.2016
Norwegian Modern Fair 2016

5.12.2015
Niels Pedersen Røhder - filmplakater

24.09.2015
100% NORWAY & NORWEGIAN ICONS

30.05.2015
NORDIC DESIGN FAIR 2015

24.05.2014
NORDIC DESIGN FAIR 2014

7.12.2013
NORWEGIAN MODERN 2

08/12/2012
NORWEGIAN MODERN - Utopia 10 years

13/11/2012
CINEMA part I

27.10.2011
UTOPIA POSTMODERN

03.02.2011
SVEN IVAR DYSTHE - Design 1960-1970

24.11.2009
MAGNE KVILSTAD - tilbakeblikk

25.11.2008
VERNER PANTON design 1953-93

04.12.2007
PLUS DESIGN 1958-78

11.11.2005
PJOLTER – bar i hjemmet 1930–1970

100% NORWAY & NORWEGIAN ICONS

Visit UTOPIA WORKSHOP during “100% NORWAY”, 24–27 September, the most compelling national showcase on the design calendar returns for the London Design Festival. Now in its 12th year, 100% Norway has traditionally brought the very best of contemporary Norwegian furniture, interior and product design to an audience of professionals, design connoisseurs and the general public. This year, the line-up is set to be stronger than ever, with 33 of the country’s most talented designers presenting their products and prototypes at the exhibition, which once again forms part of Tent London – the international design event at the Old Truman Brewery in East London. A collaboration between The Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture (DOGA), the Royal Norwegian Embassy in London and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in partnership with Norwegian Icons, 100% Norway 2015 is focused not only on Norwegian designers, but on the complete process of design and production. Every product exhibited this year is ‘100% Norwegian’, i.e. both designed and manufactured within Norway’s borders. Curated by Benedicte Sunde of DOGA and Peppe Trulsen of Norwegian Icons, 100% Norway will feature prototypes from the selected designers alongside classic and contemporary products from Norwegian interior and furniture products, as well as a display of material applications from Norwegian manufacturers.


Photo: Kaja Bruskeland