Scandinavia for design lovers

House of Oslo sounds like a history museum, but is actually a complex with almost 20 interior design stores inside.
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I have always wondered why some creative and stylish home products were somehow related to the term ”Scandinavian design”. And now I understand that it is actually a design movement emerged from the Scandinavian countries (Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland).

The idea of the design is to create

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functional everyday products in simple, beautiful and elegant. Often the forms were derived from shapes found in the nature -frozen ice patterns, shorelines, bark textures etc. As result, good design values – durability, integrity, affordability, sustainability, practicality – remain the approach to produce classic Scandinavian products.

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So, guess which is the most common Scandinavian design brand we easily recognise in Malaysia?

It’s IKEA!

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