The brand succeeds in bringing a fresh perspective to modern interiors, especially through the fusion of several influences. The Nordic style merges with the philosophies of different cultures, such as the Japanese approach to craft techniques. At the same time, the principles of Scandinavian design, such as timelessness, quality and design purity, remain. An example is the collection of chairs and armchairs named Elephant. It’s design reveals inspiration from the Eastern style as well as from the upholstered chairs of the 1950s.
A fresh design combining tradition with great understanding of the current requirements of everyday life is created by a team of young designers led by Knut Bendik Humlevik and Rune Krøjgaard. Their work reflects the goal of creating pieces with personality, providing character and comfort to any space.
For Norr11, the central theme is also sustainability. From natural and responsibly sourced materials, such as wood, leather, rattan, metal or marble, they make pieces that withstand the test of time, aesthetically and functionally.
The recognizable style of the Danish brand is perfectly reflected in the collection of wooden chairs, Buffalo, in the slightly more minimalist chairs and bar stools from the NY11 series or in the Mammoth armchairs, which are a modern variation of the classic wing chair. The sculptural Gear side tables inspired by Brutalism Architecture or their antithesis in the form of a series of subtle metal tables Duke are also very popular.
The company’s headquarters, design studio and flagship showroom is situated in the city centre of Copenhagen showcasing the full design universe of Norr11. More on norr11.com.