This is Intras new Generation kitchen sinks, launched in the spring of 2009. The design program includes different bowl sizes and different sink top modules. They can be combined in a number of different ways in order to make the FRAME product range complete. The attention to details in this project has been very important. Nothing is done without careful consideration and everything you see is necessary. FRAME introduces a new square drain strainer which collects more waste than the traditional round strainer, it also underlines the shape of the sink. Only a few accessories has been designed to go with FRAME and they have been designed to always be visible, either on the sink or on the countertop – they should not be stored away!
A new line of stainless steel sinks for public and semi public areas.
This is a small series of mixers for the domestic kitchen, developed for Spanish manufacturer Teka. The mixers are intended for most kitchen sinks, however, they are especially developed for Intra’s Frame series.
Sanitary accessories line, with a clean and simple form, including paper towel dispenser, waste bin and soap dispenser. The Icon series is made from stainless steel and is designed for public bathrooms.
Tendenser is a new generation building system for apartments and individual houses, developed for city and suburban areas. The main material is wood and the system is based on a combination of on site construction and prefabricated elements that can be combined in different configurations. All integrated products and elements are chosen carefully or are developed especially for Tendenser.
The apartments are open, light and with floor to ceiling windows. All the rooms, except the hallway and bathroom, have 2,6 meter ceilings. All apartments are designed to comply with universal design criteria.
We also produced a design manual which describes Tendenser and how to use it. It also includes Systemhus’ new graphic design programme which was developed in cooperation with graphic design firm Making Waves.
Tendenser has received the Award for Innovation from the Norwegian House Builders Association.
As part of a team, we have developed a new “Metro Standard” for the Oslo Metro (A part of Oslo’s Public Transportation System). This includes general rules for landscape and architectural planning of all stations, as well as development of a series of service- and information components, including benches, light posts and platform shelters.
The project was realized in cooperation with Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter and 13-3 Landskapsarkitekter.