Nordic Embassies, Berlin
– 20 April 2017
The Felleshus is the cultural and event centre of the five Nordic Embassies of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden in Berlin. In addition to public exhibitions, the Felleshus is also the venue for readings, concerts, film screenings, lectures, and conferences.
(1/10) Anette Krogstad, Steinlav, photo: Siren Laudal
(2/10) Bjørn van den Berg, Falke Svatun, Aerial, photo: Siren Laudal
(3/10) Falke Svatun, Tumble, photo: Siren Laudal
(4/10) Christina Peel, Untitled, photo: Siren Laudal
(5/10) Gunzler Polmar, Pour, photo: Siren Laudal
(6/10) Vera&Kyte, Three Cities Deconstructed
(7/10) Millie Behrens, Pebble Stories, photo: Siren Laudal
(8/10) Kristine Bjaadal, Sfera Dais, photo: Siren Laudal
(9/10) Kneip, Loen Gauge, photo: Siren Laudal
(10/10) Anja Borgersrud, Shake, photo: Siren Lauvdal
The exhibition “Structure. Zeitgenössisches Handwerk und Design aus Norwegen” runs until 20 April 2017 and showcases works, designs, and prototypes from the fields of furniture, lighting, ceramics, textiles, and furnishing accessories, created under the themes “structure” and “traces”. The 26 designers are among the greatest talents of the Norwegian creative scene. Among them are Marianne Andersen and Lars Beller Fjetland, who has already won several prizes including “Designer of the Year” and “Lamp of the Year”. “Structure” is a collaboration between the organisations Klubben and Norwegian Crafts as well as the company Jotun and was developed in partnership with the Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture. The exhibition was also on show last year at the Ventura Lambrate in Milan.
In addition to numerous individual events, the Felleshus also has several other programmes. Visit the website for an online events calendar.