The road less travelled

In just five years Cereal magazine has grown from a small independent title into a global brand. Rosa Park, the editor of the magazine, share the story of how they did it.

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The Art of Every Day

Anette Krogstad make plates that look like paintings. Moa Håkansson crafts every day objects for the gallery. This year they both take part in the Norwegian design exhibition in Milan.

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When two become one

What happens when a woodcutter and a ceramist fall in love? Quite a lot, it turns out.

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A small museum by a grand architect

Swiss architect Peter Zumthor has designed a brand new museum to commemorate the short, but important history of the zinc mines outside Sauda in Norway.

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Film stills of a friendship

A new exhibition shows us how the American director Billy Wilder and the designers Charles and Ray Eames mutually inspired each other to create both film classics and furniture.

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Take a look inside Snøhettas new building for SFMOMA

In two weeks The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will reopen with a brand new building by Norwegian-American Architecture firm Snøhetta. Join us for a look inside.

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A small stroke of genius

Norwegian illustrator Esra Røise has designed two special pairs of Supergas for the Scandinavian market. Their next collaboration will be launched worldwide.

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Shaping the future of Norwegian design

Norwegian design is entering a golden age, with a new exhibition opening at the Salon del Mobile in Milan next week. The road to international recognition has been led by the designers themselves.

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What looks good on paper (and actually is)

The most interesting magazine titles in Norway are published independently – and can be read in English.

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A new brand of handbags

After working for Anna Sui in New York and Giles Deacon in London, Elisabeth Benonisen decided to move back to northern Norway. Here she designs a new line of handbags made of the regions own material: Fish leather.

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