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Norwegian Design Expands to the US With the Arrival of 4 New Brands

04.29.21 | By
Norwegian Design Expands to the US With the Arrival of 4 New Brands
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The design industry has always looked to Norway as a constant source of inspiration for contemporary design, sustainability practices and its holistic approach to manufacturing. With Norwegian design gaining more popularity, it is exciting news that the Norwegian Design Industry, a division of The Federation of Norwegian Industries, will be expanding its presence to the United States this year by introducing four innovative interior design brands to the U.S. market. At ICFF 2021 in November, Dyfosit, Fram Also, Heymat, and Northern will showcase the very best of Norwegian design.

What makes Norway stand out from other design countries? Norwegian design takes its cues from Norway’s natural environment, including the northern skies and landscapes, the native materials and the colors found in nature. Norwegian designers also consider the environmental impact of manufacturing and strive to create long-lasting products that don’t end up in the landfill using modern and traditional engineering technology. With these four Norwegian brands soon arriving to the U.S., it won’t be long before we see more Norwegian design in the home, public space and office.

Dyfosit

Dyfosit

Fram Oslo

Fram Oslo

Sunniva and Annette Hoff, founders of Fram Oslo

Sonja Djønne and Thoralf Lian, founders of Heymat

Northern

Northern

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Vy Yang enjoys contributing to Design Milk, playing fetch with her goldendoodle Conan, and occasionally writing on her blog It’s After Five, her creative outlet to let loose on after she has left her regular 9-to-5 for the day.