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Milan Designweek 2018

 Elementa's stand on the Norwegian Presence exhibition in Zona Tortona during Milan Design week. UN Divided Table and dB Silent sideboard by Jonas Stokke and Jonas Øystein of StokkeAustad, Ur water cans by Kneip, Klorofyll flowerpot by Anderssen Voll and Ki light plant lamps by Hallgeir Homstvedt.  Photo: Torjus Berglid

Elementa's stand on the Norwegian Presence exhibition in Zona Tortona during Milan Design week. UN Divided Table and dB Silent sideboard by Jonas Stokke and Jonas Øystein of StokkeAustad, Ur water cans by Kneip, Klorofyll flowerpot by Anderssen Voll and Ki light plant lamps by Hallgeir Homstvedt.

Photo: Torjus Berglid

 UN Divided Furniture System by StokkeAustad for Elementa. Photo: Lasse Floede & Torjus Berglid

UN Divided Furniture System by StokkeAustad for Elementa. Photo: Lasse Floede & Torjus Berglid

 Prototypes of the Klorofyll Planter System by Anderssen & Voll  Photo: Elementa

Prototypes of the Klorofyll Planter System by Anderssen & Voll

Photo: Elementa

 KI Light by Hallgeir Homstvedt.  Photo: Elementa

KI Light by Hallgeir Homstvedt.

Photo: Elementa

 

dB Silent Cabinets by StokkeAustad

 dB Sideboard and cabinet by Jonas Stokke & Øystein Austad of StokkeAustad.  Photo: Ann Holmgren

dB Sideboard and cabinet by Jonas Stokke & Øystein Austad of StokkeAustad.

Photo: Ann Holmgren

 dB cabinet by Jonas Stokke & Øystein Austad of StokkeAustad.  Photo: Ann Holmgren

dB cabinet by Jonas Stokke & Øystein Austad of StokkeAustad.

Photo: Ann Holmgren

 

Derive by Emma Staubo & Jomi Evers

 The Derive is a meditation object with an extra dimension: Move it to open a real time audio stream from a hidden place in a forest in Vestfold, Norway. Some times there will be birds and insects, other times, lush winds, rain or thunder - but more often than not, forest silence.  Designed by Emma Staubo & Jomi Evers – developed by Elementa with tech from Brutal. All photos and films by Ann Holmgren

The Derive is a meditation object with an extra dimension: Move it to open a real time audio stream from a hidden place in a forest in Vestfold, Norway. Some times there will be birds and insects, other times, lush winds, rain or thunder - but more often than not, forest silence.

Designed by Emma Staubo & Jomi Evers – developed by Elementa with tech from Brutal. All photos and films by Ann Holmgren

 Forest listening station spot connected to the Derive,Vestfold, Norway.

Forest listening station spot connected to the Derive,Vestfold, Norway.

 

UN Divided Furniture System

 UN Divided Furniture Series by Jonas Stokke & Øystein Austad of StokkeAustad for Elementa.  Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

UN Divided Furniture Series by Jonas Stokke & Øystein Austad of StokkeAustad for Elementa.

Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

 Un Divided Dining Table in blue Forbo Desktop Linoleum. Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

Un Divided Dining Table in blue Forbo Desktop Linoleum. Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

 UN Divided Trestles. Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

UN Divided Trestles. Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

 UN Divided Shelf 200x35xH70cm Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

UN Divided Shelf 200x35xH70cm Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

 UN Divided Dining Table 200x90cm. Photo: Ann Holmgren

UN Divided Dining Table 200x90cm. Photo: Ann Holmgren

 UN Divided Furniture System by StokkeAustad for Elementa. Video by Svein Gunnar Kjøde.  900 px GIF   | 600 px GIF  |  embeddable Vimeo

UN Divided Furniture System by StokkeAustad for Elementa. Video by Svein Gunnar Kjøde.
900 px GIF | 600 px GIF | embeddable Vimeo

 

Ki light by Hallgeir Homstvedt

 Ki light by Hallgeir Homstvedt and an UR water can by Kneip - on an UN Divided shelf by StokkeAustad, Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

Ki light by Hallgeir Homstvedt and an UR water can by Kneip - on an UN Divided shelf by StokkeAustad, Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

 Ki Light by Hallgeir Homstvedt. The spear version uses a planter as a base - plunging the lamp directly into the soil.  Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

Ki Light by Hallgeir Homstvedt. The spear version uses a planter as a base - plunging the lamp directly into the soil.

Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

 Ki Light by Hallgeir Homstvedt for Elementa - with cast iron base to place a flower pot or any other stuff you might have on your table.  Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

Ki Light by Hallgeir Homstvedt for Elementa - with cast iron base to place a flower pot or any other stuff you might have on your table.

Photo: Svein Gunnar Kjøde

 Photo: Ann Holmgren

Photo: Ann Holmgren

 Computer render of the Ki Light by Hallgeir Homstvedt

Computer render of the Ki Light by Hallgeir Homstvedt

 

Ur Ceremonial Watercan by Kneip

 Ur Ceremonical Watercan by Kneip. Photo: Ann Holmgren

Ur Ceremonical Watercan by Kneip. Photo: Ann Holmgren

 Ur Ceremonical Watercan by Kneip. Photo: Ann Holmgren

Ur Ceremonical Watercan by Kneip. Photo: Ann Holmgren