Børk Blankets

Iceland's multidisciplinary creative studio introduces four graphic quilts to be made by 66°NORTH

While the life of a digital designer often leads down different paths and to various projects, most work produced is often temporary and intangible. To make something more permanent, four graphic designers from Reykjavik-based multidisciplinary creative studio Børk decided to create their own brief: experiment in product design while keeping illustration and graphic design at the core. The result is a collection of blankets, digitally …

Word of Mouth: Reykjavik

Fresh cuisine, Nordic design and proper men's threads in Iceland's capital city

We all know the adage, Greenland is icy and Iceland is green. But really, not many know much more of the large island nation inhabited by just 320,000 people. On our most recent trip to Iceland to visit the capital city of Reykjavik for DesignMarch we made it a mission to really explore the little city we’ve come to know and love. Brimming with artistic …

70% Table by Anna Þórunn

Nesting tables inspired by Iceland's collective sweet tooth

Whether it’s a cookie factory turned into a hostel or, in this case, furniture inspired by candy, Icelandic design is often conscious of the country’s collective sweet tooth. Driven by childhood memories of Reykjavik’s old chocolate factory—and the rich smells that would blanket the city on a clear summer day—Icelandic product designer Anne Þórunn created the 70% table in the image of her favorite dark …