Hello! After nearly a year in hibernation, we are waking up the DesignBlog once again in excitement for DesignMarch. Over the next 15 days, we will be posting exclusive behind-the-scenes and sneak peeks, designer spotlights, expert recommendations, important announcements, and more. Next up, we’ll be spotlighting our DesignTalks speakers. Stay… Read more
In this issue, HA embraces the anti-establishment, plays with the rules and confidently faces the future. Issue 3 features the most interesting new design introduced during DesignMarch. Summit co-founder Daniel Golling writes about the state of things in Icelandic design while Finnish design strategist Marco Steinberg looks at design in relation to politics – a topical… Read more
LET’S PLAY WITH CLAY! Tulipop invited kids to go and play with clay in its showroom at Fiskislóð in Reykjavík. Kids got a chance to use their imagination to create something fun and take it home after the workshop. Tulipop also premiered items from its new 2015 collection, including the… Read more
The Association of Graphic designers hosts the 15th Annual Awards. Icelandic graphic designers and ilustrators submitted their best works from 2014 for judging
Ceramics by Þóra Finnsdóttir and Colour stories by Tekla Evelina Severin.
Yes, indeed, DesignMarch 2015 is coming to an end! Yesterday we had a sort of goodbye party, Götúpartý. Here are some photos from it, relieve the moments if you were there and in case you missed it just look at them and be jelly, but worry not, there is always… Read more
At Macland, the bluest house on Laugavegur you can find Bjargey Ingólfs, designer and occupational therapist displaying here support-cushion called The Apple by Bara. Now in a limited edition blue color.
Emilie F. Grenier from Montéal explores alternative trends for the production of rare objects. She is focusing on stories and material from Montréal and Reykjavik that in the end will become unique, storytelling objects.
Tools are specific objects used for certain goals. The design team OrriFinn presents jewellery pieces that are replicas of chosen tools, some that relate to certain professions, others that are necessary in our everyday lives.
Culture house Hannesarholt hosts several prominent designers.