Oslo Design Fair is Norway’s largest and longest running trade fair, biannualy the fair gathers over 800 exhibitors and 20,000 visitors. With a strong focus on Scandinavian design trends and interior tendencies, lifestyle, conscious consumer habits and material knowledge, the fair is growing to be one of the most important meeting places for the design and interior industries.
This autumns theme, Togetherness, speaks of closeness and warmth – but what does the word really mean? The theme is interpreted and showcased at the fair in a variety of ways; from social urban spaces, architecture and collaborations, to colour theory and knitting.
The design for Togetherness is based on the dynamic identity we developed for Oslo Design Fair, and the illustration is a result of our collaboration with illustrator Sandra Blikås, and her interpretation of the word Togetherness.