Drinking Rocks by Runa Klock / Marble Objects

MATERIALSSoapstone tall and wide DETAILSThese drink rocks are designed to keep your beverage cold and undiluted. Chill them in the freezer an

Interview: Norwegian Designer Runa Klock

Interview: Norwegian Designer Runa Klock

Interview: Norwegian Designer Runa Klock: A deeper look at her engaging pieces and the social aspects behind them ahead of a WantedDesign group exhibition

Runa Klock, Core lamp.

A selection of work by 10 Norwegian designers—both emerging and established—will be presented at Wanted Design on May during NYC x DESIGN—New York City’s celebration of global design.

Solem Table by Martin Solem

Copenhagen designer Martin Solem has designed a table that hides cables inside its legs to avoid creating messy office spaces.

Sverre Uhnger, Vert chopping boards.

A selection of work by 10 Norwegian designers—both emerging and established—will be presented at Wanted Design on May during NYC x DESIGN—New York City’s celebration of global design.

Martin Solem, Solem table.

Copenhagen designer Martin Solem has designed a table that hides cables inside its legs to avoid creating messy office spaces.

Fimbul, Soft square stool.

A selection of work by 10 Norwegian designers—both emerging and established—will be presented at Wanted Design on May during NYC x DESIGN—New York City’s celebration of global design.

Sara Skotte, Vei tableware.

Sara Skotte Design is a designer maker. Her philosophy is making everyday products that through its design and high quality will stand the test of time.

Andreas Bergsaker, Mushi lamps.

Birch & Brass o’clock By leaving out the second hand and hour marks, this simple yet solid table clock might appear less stressing, and one could get the feeling that time goes by in a slower manner. Material: Birch wood and b.

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