Norwegian people from Permafrost are the creators of these beautiful wooden toys inspired by minimalism and simplicity of Scandinavian design. Differentiating toys, without doubt, these models also arouse a sense of play.
Permafrost has designed and manufactured a limited edition of wooden toy cars for the group exhibition 100SERIE, opening today in Grünerløkka, Oslo. 100 numbered pieces are released for sale at the venue.
100SERIE is an invitational project, showing work from 5 different Norwegian design studios. The exhibition offers a look into the process of shaping and manufacturing modern, mass-produced consumer goods.
The 100 RACER wooden toy car by Permafrost is a tribute to modern car manufacturing. Neither futuristic nor retro, the 100 RACER is inspired by the rational simplicity of an aerodynamic race car.
Permafrost is a design studio consisting of four Norwegian industrial designers: Andreas Murray, Eivind Halseth,
Oskar Johansen and Tore Vinje Brustad. They all graduated from the Oslo School of Architecture.
Photo Credit: Johan Holmquist