The hunt for the most innovative and inclusive projects has begun. “It’s crucial for future value creation that everyone can participate in society. That’s why this award is so important,” says Solveig Horne, Minister of Equality and Children.
Finding the most inclusive design in Norway
The DOGA Award for Design and Architecture is a distinction awarded to Norwegian businesses and practitioners who demonstrate the outstanding use of design and/architecture.
We’re launching the DOGA Award
No fewer than 30 of Norway’s leading designers and arts & crafts specialists are exhibiting at the world’s leading design and furniture event this week. Several prominent design publications believe that the Norwegian exhibition will be one of the event highlights.
High expectations of Norwegian design exhibition in Milan
One of Norway’s leading designers has passed away. Furniture designer, craftsman and architect Hans Brattrud passed away on 16 March at the age of 83. Brattrud was in the spotlight recently when his Scandia Junior chair was nominated as one of Norway’s 30 best design products in the Design in 100 competition.
In memory of Hans Brattrud (1933-2017)
DOGA awards grants to designers and architects interested in profiling their work in an international arena. The amount of the subsidy scheme for the seven organisations receiving international support has increased by 40 percent to a total of NOK 12.8 million.
More travel grants for designers and architects
The Tripp Trapp chair from 1972 was the crystal-clear winner of the Norwegian Design in 100 competition arranged by Aftenposten and DOGA.
The people’s choice design winner: the Tripp Trapp chair is the crystal-clear winner!
After last year’s success in Milan, Norway aims to once again be strongly represented during Milan Design Week in April.
Everything is Connected – Norwegian contemporary crafts and design
Aftenposten’s A-magasinet and DOGA present the Design in 100 competition.
Design in 100
By launching a project to identify the economic value of urban concentration for society, DOGA aims to contribute to better decision-making in urban development.
DOGA aims to identify the value of urban concentration
To reflect the developments taking place in Norwegian design and architecture, DOGA would like to showcase the work of the industry on DOGA.no.