We are happy to welcome Stina Hamsund as our new intern! Stina has been living in London for the past few years studying Product & Industrial Design at Central Saint Martins, and is currently back in Oslo, excited for new challenges during her Placement Year. Stina has experience within medical development & design from SpinChip […]
We are happy to announce our working collaboration with the Norwegian National Institute of Occupational Health (STAMI).
K8 is happy to announce that our partnership with 7Sense will be supported by Designdriven Innovation Program (DIP) from Design og arkitektur Norge (DOGA). K8 will, in cooperation with 7Sense, conduct a research project to map possibilities within agriculture for 7Sense, especially related to the use of sensors to improve all aspects of farming. The […]
Our senior designer Kevin Geers has completed the 40 week GROW design leadership program, at DogA, for a deeper understanding of design management in our projects and to improve our processes with clients.
Play music from a parking meter! K8 has contributed in the art installation «Shall we dance?» in Kongens Gate, downtown Oslo. Next to the 40 meter asphalt painting, there is a parking meter that has been transformed by K8. It was worn down, but now it’s filled with colour and music. Bypassers can connect with […]
Join our team for a semester! Do you want to be an intern at K8 for the spring of 2018? The application deadline for internship is November 1st at midnight. Read more about internship at K8 here.
Our customer 7Sense is featured in the current issue of the «Bedre gardsdrift» farming magazine with their new water reel tracking system, «Irrigation Sensor». The housing is designed by K8 and the product will soon hit the market. You can buy and read the magazine here. «Irrigation Sensor» is used to simplify the life of the farmer. […]
K8 industridesign is happy to sponsor the prize for best industrial design project at the AHO Works Awards. This time, Johannes N. Hegdahl won with his incredible project «Explore and increase – Bamboo and bikes in Ghana», where he explored bamboo as a sustainable resource and how to use it in bicycle manufacturing. «Johannes has explored […]
The first series direction based line maps for Ruter are being installed on selected locations in the metro network of Oslo. K8, as a part of the SDG-K8 team working for Ruter AS, has been working on the industrial design of these displays in close co-operation with Ruter, where the graphic design is done by […]
Mood pictures from our lab where we are currently prototyping a monitoring setup for SunBells.
After 10 years in Hoffsveien 13 at Skøyen we are moving to Sagveien 23C at Sagene. Say goodbye to the old building (in the background), and stay tuned for pictures of the new one!
We are happy to welcome Martin Wang Rønningen, our intern for this spring! Martin has a Master’s of Science in Industrial Design Engineering from NTNU and and studied design at Aalto University. He has a passion for sustainable technology and product development.
Luer-Jack is today featured on the front page of DN. See video here.
K8 is happy to sponsor this year’s christmas tree at the Bestum elementary school. Light for light: The tree is financed by sales of the Bright SunBell lamp. More than 1 million people in refugee camps worldwide use the SunBell as their main light source, and keeps the christmas lights shining at Bestum. See video of the lighting ceremony here.
Ruter has chosen the skills of Scandinavian Design Group with K8 as design partner, mainly for product design and development, for their design projects and challenges the coming years. We are very pleased with the new, large co-operation with SDG and we look forward to help designing for the needs of Ruter and improve the […]
We are happy to welcome industrial designer Taral Jansen on our team! Taral has a master’s in industrial design from The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO), and is experienced with photography and video making. His recent master’s thesis «2020 Oslo Tram» won the Industrial Design award at AHO Works Awards and he has previously recieved the Young Talent […]
It has been a fantastic trip to Senegal, both in Dakar and Kaolack meeting great people living off-grid and on-grid! Ingun and Olivier from Bright and K8 spent a week travelling around, showing SunBell and SunTurtle lamps. And people love it! Light for the whole family! Picture: Alex Coster
After a great research and concept phase under the “Forny” program, Glucoset and K8 closed the deal on Friday 24th of April regarding the development of innovative solutions for Continuous Glucose Monitoring use in hospital Intensive Care Units. We look forward to the challenges ahead! Find more about Glucoset here.