Tjøme

Named after the island in the Oslo fjord that Stokke often visits to relax, Tjøme is an unusual dining chair inspired by the form and structure of collapsible garden furniture. Constructed by the boat builders of Risør Trebåtbyggeri, it has a frame of Norwegian wood, a padded seat and leather upholstery.

Jonas Stokke

Industrial designer Jonas Stokke studied at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design and co-founded the award-winning Oslo design studio StokkeAustad in 2008, going on to work on high-profile projects for the likes of Tupperware, Vitra, Cisco, Dagbladet and Scandinavian Business Seating. In the summer of 2016, aiming to pursue more personal and smaller projects, he launched his own independent practice. Everything is Connected is his first exhibition as an individual designer


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