Norwegian Presence took place from April 14–19 at Ventura Lambrate.
Marte Frøystad takes simple geometric forms and highlights them with different linoleum tops for the Flip It series of tables.
The Bunad Blankets by Andreas Engesvik are derived from traditional Norwegian folk costumes.
The Plateau trays by Bjørn van den Berg overlap when grouped together to form a striking tablescape.
Consisting of a vibrantly hued relief panels, Multi Meander by Edith Lundebrekke is a dynamic interplay of color and geometry.
Inspired by popsicle sticks, the stackable Lolly stool by Gridy deploys solid oak and traditional joinery to grand effect.
Glass blower Kari Mølstad makes the material feel like glazed ceramic with her meticulous technique.
The Tilde series of porcelain vases combines of glossy and matte glazes to create an effect reminiscent of the changing tides, according to designer Margit Seland.
The Core lamp by Runa Klock is made from natural stone and illuminated by an LED bulb.