Elementa is a young Norwegian maker of ideas and furniture. Our goal is to re-imagine the workday through design, curiosity and sustainable solutions.

Find our products below or take a look at our Blog on Design, Technology and Ecology. You may also like to see our latest PDF pricelists and catalogues  Our stuff can be bought through our dealers, including Euklides. Elementa is befriendable at Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

Elementa is also the Norwegian agent of furniture brands Herman Miller and Massproductions.

Desks & Workstations

Desks & Workstations

Cabinets & Storage

Cabinets & Storage

Shelves

Shelves

Meeting & Dining Tables

Meeting & Dining Tables

Folding Tables

Folding Tables

Low Tables

Low Tables

Chairs

Chairs

Drawers

Drawers

Stools & Bar Chairs

Stools & Bar Chairs

Task Chairs (Herman Miller)

Task Chairs (Herman Miller)

Sofas & Lounge Seating

Sofas & Lounge Seating

Whenever possible, be kind. It's always possible.

Whenever possible, be kind. It's always possible.

Elementa's headquarters are situated in the historic quarter Prinds Augusts Minde in central Oslo. Together with several other companies working within ecology and design we inhabit the disused church room on the top floor of a workhouse completed by Architect Christian Grosch in 1833. The film about the Mechanical Ballerina was shot by the artist group ^O^ during spring 2015 in the Church of Elementa. The characters appearing in the various Elementa publications are based on their neo-alchemical symbol system

Elementa's headquarters are situated in the historic quarter Prinds Augusts Minde in central Oslo. Together with several other companies working within ecology and design we inhabit the disused church room on the top floor of a workhouse completed by Architect Christian Grosch in 1833.

The film about the Mechanical Ballerina was shot by the artist group ^O^ during spring 2015 in the Church of Elementa. The characters appearing in the various Elementa publications are based on their neo-alchemical symbol system