DQ Editor Alice Blackwood catches up with one of her top picks from Milan’s Salone Satellite – Norway’s Strek Collective.
May 10th, 2011
All still in their undergrad studies at Norway’s Akershus University College, Oslo-based Strek Collective are a talented bunch of guys.
Their work shows a quirky sensibility and a playful use of colour. Alice caught up with the Strek guys to find out how they got together and what’s next for the Collective.
Read her interview at the Design Quarterly blog.
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