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DesignMarch 2015 | Tools


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.

DesignMarch 2015 | Hannersaholt


Culture house Hannesarholt hosts several prominent designers.

DesignMarch 2015 | Flóra


Collection Flora by Hildur Yeoman revels in the history of this natural world and the women who had the knowledge to use its power and mysticism

DesignMarch 2015 | Country Dance by Farmers Market


Farmers Market invites you to a quick “sveitaball”, or country-dance, outside their headquarters in Örfirisey. Live music, beautiful clothing and surprises

DesignMarch 2015 | One by eighteen


Spark Design Space presents a doll’s house by designers Auður Ösp Guðmundsdóttir and Halla Kristín Hannesdóttir.

DesignMarch 2015 | Kotasaela


A show featuring silk-screen-printed posters and an open workshop by graphic designers Kristján Freyr Einarsson, Friðrik Snær Friðriksson, Þorsteinn Davíðson and Þorleifur Kamban.

DesignMarch 2015 | Morning coffee


Exhibition on Tinna Gunnarsdóttir’s research project: Product design’s influence on wild nature, in the abandoned land of Möðruvellir in Héðinsfjörður.

DesignMarch 2015 | OVERLAP


Three designers from different genres come together to transform Sundhöll Reykjavíkur into a source of creativity and joy. Enchanting tones will flow together with visual experiences and a journey of playfully light weightlessness

DesignMarch 2015 | Kraum


Design store Kraum hosts several exhibitions during DesignMarch. Anita Hirlekar is an Icelandic fashion textile designer. Her collection consists of 8 unique looks that have a strong sense of individuality. All the textiles are handmade by Anita, and embroidered with various threads, using wool, cotton, and acrylic combined with shiny… Read more

DesignMarch 2015 |Petit Volcans


The French/ Islandic design team IIIF has joined hands with the international glass blowing center CIAV in Meisenthal, France and made a glass product collection inspired by the fierce natural phenomenon common in Iceland, or volcanos