Norway Represents at 2013 Dwell on Design

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June 21, 2013
Insidenorway brings an array of top-notch Norwegian design the LA Convention Center for Dwell on Design. Plus, win a blanket from Mandal Veveri or Røros Tweed! Read Full Article
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  Visit Insidenorway at Dwell on Design booth #1301 to see goods from Røros Tweed, Stokke, VAD, Mandal Veveri and Variér in addition to 21 new prototypes by young and emerging designers in the exhibition “The Essence of Things: New Designs from Norway” curated by Paul Makovsky, editorial director of Metropolis Magazine.

    Visit Insidenorway at Dwell on Design booth #1301 to see goods from Røros Tweed, Stokke, VAD, Mandal Veveri and Variér in addition to 21 new prototypes by young and emerging designers in the exhibition “The Essence of Things: New Designs from Norway” curated by Paul Makovsky, editorial director of Metropolis Magazine.

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  Røros Tweed has been making wool products since 1940. Enter to win one of three wool blankets raffled off each day of Dwell on Design by following @Insidenorway and tweeting a picture of you with your preferred blanket.

    Røros Tweed has been making wool products since 1940. Enter to win one of three wool blankets raffled off each day of Dwell on Design by following @Insidenorway and tweeting a picture of you with your preferred blanket.

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  The Bunad blanket by Mandal Veveri features color ways based on Norwegian folk costumes from the 18th and 19th centuries.

    The Bunad blanket by Mandal Veveri features color ways based on Norwegian folk costumes from the 18th and 19th centuries.

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  We love the rich color ways of the Bunad blankets from Mandal Veveri. Dwell on Design attendees can win one--follow @InsideNorway on Twitter for more info!

    We love the rich color ways of the Bunad blankets from Mandal Veveri. Dwell on Design attendees can win one--follow @InsideNorway on Twitter for more info!

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  StokkeAustad and Andreas Engesvik, Oslo collaborated on these handblown glass trees.  

    StokkeAustad and Andreas Engesvik, Oslo collaborated on these handblown glass trees.

     

     
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  Morse lamp by Morten&Jonas. The series of lamps made out of spun brass; the base is granite stone from Norway, handcrafted into two soft and warm shapes.

    Morse lamp by Morten&Jonas. The series of lamps made out of spun brass; the base is granite stone from Norway, handcrafted into two soft and warm shapes.

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  Nott lights designed by FrostProdukt are oil lamps made out of hand-blown Czech glass and polished aluminium. The bite-size silhouette was inspired by hot air balloons and the name is "dedicated to the infamous balloonist Julian Nott."

    Nott lights designed by FrostProdukt are oil lamps made out of hand-blown Czech glass and polished aluminium. The bite-size silhouette was inspired by hot air balloons and the name is "dedicated to the infamous balloonist Julian Nott."

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  Stokke® Xplory is the newest baby stroller from the Norwegian company founded in 1932, whose tagline is "in the best interest of the child." You may recognize the company's Tripp Trapp high chair, a modern classic often seen in the pages of Dwell.

    Stokke® Xplory is the newest baby stroller from the Norwegian company founded in 1932, whose tagline is "in the best interest of the child." You may recognize the company's Tripp Trapp high chair, a modern classic often seen in the pages of Dwell.

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