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Wed 14.12.

‘Skog’ lamps by Caroline Olsson for Magnor Glassverk (NO)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 14.12.2011 - Tagged as: , , , , , , , ,

'Skog' lamps by Caroline Olsson for Magnor Glassverk

With Christmas less than two weeks away, this collection of diminutive, nature-inspired lamps by the young Norwegian designer and Akershus University College student Caroline Olsson certainly evokes the festive feeling. Manufactured by the century-old Norwegian glassworks Magnor Glassverk, ‘Skog’ – Norwegian for ‘forest’ – has been inspired and named after the large forests surrounding Magnor Glassverk.

'Skog' lamps by Caroline Olsson for Magnor Glassverk

Comprising several simple lights in various sizes, shapes and colours ‘which can be used in combination with each other or as stand alone pieces’, the collection is made of mouth blown crystal and oak wood.

the sketches for the 'Skog' lamps collection

technical drawings

paper models for the 'Skog' series

the oak base

production process of the 'Skog' lamps

the glass blowing process

'Skog' lamps by Caroline Olsson for Magnor Glassverk

to Caroline Olsson’s website

 

to Magnor Glassver’s website

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