Visuelt 2014 awarded us 2 Golds and 2 Diplomas at the annual Norwegian Design Award Ceremony last Friday. The awards spread out like we do: Gold for the neatly crafted packaging Norgesbrød, another Gold together with our friends at Toxic, for TV2 Zebra´s new motion identity, one Diploma for the generative visual identity for MESH and another Diploma in the branded environments category for TINE at SMAK. We would like to send a big congrats to all winners in all agencies out there - hipp–hipp! (Photo from grafill.no: Espen Schive)
Gold in Pentaward
The series of Norgesbrød from Bakehuset is awarded Gold in Pentaward 2014. The neatly crafted bread represents the long baking tradition, from the northest of the north to the southest of the south, of our country. Another great tradition is carving out personal chopping boards. Many of us have done our best during art & craft-classes back in school, and many of us will probably find a variety of them, under the Christmas tree. Remember then, to embrace both the entrepreneurship and the handcraft. A combination of the two might = gold!
Nuts & bolts
Follow the assembly of 529 servo motors, drive wheels and capacitive sensors, 3200 support wheels, 21 000 nuts and bolts, 1.2 km of acrylic pipes and 1,5 km of cables on Instagram: @lundin_bts.
Our dedicated Lundin-team are getting ready for the big opening of Offshore Northern Seas tradeshow (ONS), Monday August 25.
Last Friday we had a full house of potential stakeholders from across the HoReCa value chain, to talk more about corporate social innovation. How can we together solve the tangles related to food waste?
Our TRIPPEL initiative, an innovation program for green growth in collaboration with GreeNudge will investigate this further. This is a very special project this fall, and we’ll be sure to keep you posted on this important matter.
Summer of tech
Our Lundin team has spent the summer in the gorgeous village Raufoss. At Intek they have been preparing and testing for the big Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) oil and gas exhebition in Stavanger August 25-28. This is a truly special project for Lundin Norway which combines architecture, design, robotics and sensor technology. A technological brand installation called "Breaking the Surface", which by including sensor technology placed under the parquet, will make it possible to walk into a huge geological model of an oil reservoir. The installation is to be packed and shipped next week. Happy journey, and see you in Stavanger! Follow the project blog and Instagram.
We are back from a beautiful holiday filled with sun, swimming and ice-cream, relaxed and ready to take on the second half of 2014. We are also happy to share that we will be working together with Jordan Dental Care, and a range of other exiting clients throughout the fall.
Happy summer vacation
We asked everyone at the office to visualize their ultimate ice cream dream, and this is what we got. Yummy? On that note we conclude our work efforts for the first half of 2014. As of this afternoon we shut down our Macs, close the doors and splurge on ice cream until Monday July 28th. Until then, enjoy summer and make your ice cream dreams come true!
Listen up, early birds
Tomorrow we are hosting Breakfast Forward. To mark this occasion, we decided to engage in the recent debate over the absence of what some people call a ”proper” design criticism in the public debate. See what we have to say here (in Norwegian), and, by all means: drop by tomorrow morning at 08 AM for an inspirational set of short talks!