Projects

Designers Saturday Academy

Designers' Saturday Academy is the latest addition to the DS umbrella, bringing together talented young designers from all six design education and leading design companies.

You're not to / Milan

‘You’re not to’ is an exhibition project to bring forward the recent design works from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO) by the students from Interior Architecture and Furniture Design programme. The project celebrates the school’s 200 years jubilee by engaging in national and international debate about the status of both our education and the current affairs in our design domains.

You're not to / Deichman

‘You’re not to’ is an exhibition project to bring forward the recent design works from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO) by the students from Interior Architecture and Furniture Design programme. The project celebrates the school’s 200 years jubilee by engaging in national and international debate about the status of both our education and the current affairs in our design domains.

IS THIS IT?

The MA students from Interior Architecture & Furniture Design at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts exhibit at the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. The built installation investigates the contemporary challenges of Norwegian society and the role design might play in that.

Møbelkraft pop-up

The Møbelkraft’s stand was based on a spin-off concept from the CIRRUS summer school. One of the projects developed by the students in the workshop was addressing the issue of showcasing Møbelkraft internationally. We found it appropriate to adapt this proposal as a way of marketing the cluster.

Live Spaces Design Colloquium

Live Spaces is second Colloquium in a series of three to be held at the Design department. The Colloquiums aim to develop a discourse about the nature of Norwegian design, and how we as a national academy relate to the stated themes. These debates reflect into the public arena our particular approach to the challenges we face in design and that are evolving between the staff and students.