Today, Stylecraft welcomes revered Norwegian brand, Eikund to the family. Based in Helvik, Norway, the new brand, Eikund adds a refreshed perspective to iconic Norwegian furniture designs. Named after the island of Eigerøya on the western coast of Norway, Eikund is paving the way for a Norwegian design revival.
Over a one-year period, the Eikund team embarked on a real-life treasure hunt to unravel the hidden gems from the past decade of Nordic design history. The process of locating original drawings, specifications and information involved crawling into attics, sifting through private and public archives and contacting historians and design experts that could highlight the geniality in the country’s long-lost design history.
Now, Eikund rewrites their chapter of Nordic furniture designs with the launches of iconic chairs, lounges and tables that have been hidden for too long. With an exciting portfolio of works from Torbjørn Bekken, Fredrik A. Kayser, Sigurd Resell and more, Eikund is ready to impress.
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