Elementa in Milan 2019 - The Path UT Leads INN

Next week the Salone del Mobile opens in Milan and we are happy to invite you to the “The Path Ut Leads Inn” - the Elementa manifestation at the Norwegian Presence exhibition in Zona Tortona.

The exhibition will show several new products and developments by designers such as Andersen & Voll, Edvin Klasson, Kristine Five Melvær and Ralston & Bau - along with objects by Kneip, Hallgeir Homstvedt, StokkeAustad, Jomi Evers and Emma Staubo.

We are also excited to introduce a preview the project, the INN Book Of Patterns - a series of collaborations with designers and artists approaching decorative patterns from new angles. The first INN entry is a pattern concept designed by London-based architects Space Popular and applied on a digital jacquard weave.

UT #67/256 Klorofyll Planter System by Anderssen & Voll   The Elementa UT project, introduced in 2018 is an ongoing inquiry into the question of how we can use design and art to enter into a more sensible and meaningful conversation with nature. The Klorofyll Planter System by Andersen & Voll is a comprehensive series of planters of different sizes and materials , developed to explore interior landscaping.

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Klorofyll Planter System
by Anderssen & Voll

The Elementa UT project, introduced in 2018 is an ongoing inquiry into the question of how we can use design and art to enter into a more sensible and meaningful conversation with nature. The Klorofyll Planter System by Andersen & Voll is a comprehensive series of planters of different sizes and materials , developed to explore interior landscaping.

Klorofyll table pots in Terracotta - designed by Anderssen & Voll + dB Silent sideboard by Jonas Stokke and Øystein Austad of StokkeAustad, featuring thick acoustic wool felt in the held in place by solid oak wood slats.

Klorofyll table pots in Terracotta - designed by Anderssen & Voll + dB Silent sideboard by Jonas Stokke and Øystein Austad of StokkeAustad, featuring thick acoustic wool felt in the held in place by solid oak wood slats.

UT #17/256 Koloni by Edvin Klasson  Part of the Elementa UT project, Koloni is a micro-architectural structure made to shelter pollinating bees. The hotel consists of a rugged aluminium exterior protecting an inner core of solid wood with various sized rooms, ensuring warm and dry nesting facilities. Koloni is a collaboration with Norwegian aluminium manufacturer Hydro.

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Koloni
by Edvin Klasson

Part of the Elementa UT project, Koloni is a micro-architectural structure made to shelter pollinating bees. The hotel consists of a rugged aluminium exterior protecting an inner core of solid wood with various sized rooms, ensuring warm and dry nesting facilities. Koloni is a collaboration with Norwegian aluminium manufacturer Hydro.

UN #101/256 The Vava Tabouret by Kristine Five Melvær  A stackable stool that combines classical elements in a new way. The name is inspired by the legs which moves up and down around the stool in a steady rhythm, giving the furniture its recognizable character.

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The Vava Tabouret
by Kristine Five Melvær

A stackable stool that combines classical elements in a new way. The name is inspired by the legs which moves up and down around the stool in a steady rhythm, giving the furniture its recognizable character.

UT #12/256 Kilight by Hallgeir Homstvedt  A lamp designed to nurture both you and your plants. With full specter LED it will keep your plants happy even during the Norwegian winter

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Kilight
by Hallgeir Homstvedt

A lamp designed to nurture both you and your plants. With full specter LED it will keep your plants happy even during the Norwegian winter

UN #159/256 Cascade coat rack by Edvin Klasson  A lightweight and minimalist coat stand compromised of only two parts. Clothes hangers can be hung underneath the tallest loop, and the way each hook is angled makes for generous spacing between each garment.

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Cascade coat rack
by Edvin Klasson

A lightweight and minimalist coat stand compromised of only two parts. Clothes hangers can be hung underneath the tallest loop, and the way each hook is angled makes for generous spacing between each garment.

UT #57/256 Ur Water cans by Kneip  Stian Korntvedt Ruud & Jørgen Platou Willumsen of Kneip have designed Ur - a pair of in handmade enameled stainless steel water cans - made to elevate the ritual of sharing water with plants.

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Ur Water cans
by Kneip

Stian Korntvedt Ruud & Jørgen Platou Willumsen of Kneip have designed Ur - a pair of in handmade enameled stainless steel water cans - made to elevate the ritual of sharing water with plants.

UN #142/256 Tot Seat by Edvin Klasson  Named after the Egyptian god for writing, Tot is a fantastical seat that suggests the medicinized look and feel of conventional work furniture is a passed stadium. Its three legs provide great stability and freedom of movement, giving excellent support to any seated activity.

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Tot Seat
by Edvin Klasson

Named after the Egyptian god for writing, Tot is a fantastical seat that suggests the medicinized look and feel of conventional work furniture is a passed stadium. Its three legs provide great stability and freedom of movement, giving excellent support to any seated activity.

UT #173/256 Derive by Emma Staubo & Jomi Evers  The Derive is a meditation object that has emerged from the field where the forest meets the digital realm. Touch it gently to drift into a lush soundscape transmitted in real-time from a listening station placed deep into a Norwegian forest.

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Derive
by Emma Staubo & Jomi Evers

The Derive is a meditation object that has emerged from the field where the forest meets the digital realm. Touch it gently to drift into a lush soundscape transmitted in real-time from a listening station placed deep into a Norwegian forest.

UT #60/256 Murmur  by Ralston Bau  Murmur is a system of room dividers based  on solid wood structures draped with textile - to provide visual privacy  and sound comfort, essential in open work environments. Adjusted to the  human scale, the Murmurs invites for personal interaction; touch, move  and hook onto it. Murmur is a new way to functionally and decoratively  use textiles in modern interior architecture. Unique in its category,  the Murmur is an open and repairable design, using only natural, healthy  and recyclable materials, without glues, petrol or staples.

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Murmur
by Ralston Bau

Murmur is a system of room dividers based on solid wood structures draped with textile - to provide visual privacy and sound comfort, essential in open work environments. Adjusted to the human scale, the Murmurs invites for personal interaction; touch, move and hook onto it. Murmur is a new way to functionally and decoratively use textiles in modern interior architecture. Unique in its category, the Murmur is an open and repairable design, using only natural, healthy and recyclable materials, without glues, petrol or staples.

INN #1/256 Isodreams by Space Popular  Isometric projection provides at once the illusion of depth and the lack thereof. While we can perceive three-dimensionality in an isometric drawing, we cannot appreciate how far or how close an object is, as things do not appear larger or smaller as they extend closer to, or away from us.

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Isodreams
by Space Popular

Isometric projection provides at once the illusion of depth and the lack thereof. While we can perceive three-dimensionality in an isometric drawing, we cannot appreciate how far or how close an object is, as things do not appear larger or smaller as they extend closer to, or away from us.