Discover a world of Norwegian mid-century furniture design, revived and recreated by Eikund, arriving now in the Tollgard Showrooms at Belgravia and Chelsea Harbour.
The result of a shared love and a mission; Eikund is a furniture maker bringing forgotten classics of Norwegian mid-century design into the spotlight. Its three founders, Morten Hippe, Frode Tingbø and Jørgen Tengesdal have in common a long-held appreciation of Norwegian furniture design.
A Sneak Peak
Krysset Lounge Chair
Krysset by Fredrik A. Kayser has a distinguished cross-legged expression and is the most recognizable chair in Norwegian design history. Designed in 1955.
Hertug Dining Chair
Hertug is an elegant dining chair by Fredrik A. Kayser. Designed with a simple and organic form to make it fit into all kinds of interiors. Designed in 1959.
Broadway Lounge Chair
Broadway lounge chair by Torbjørn Afdal. With its turned siderails pointing upwards as horns the lounge chair Broadway makes a strong statement. Designed in 1958.
The company takes its name from the island of Eigerøya on Norway’s west coast, which it also calls home. Originally known as Eikund, the island was named after the oak trees (‘eik’ in Norwegian) with which it is densely populated. It is Norwegian oak and walnut with which most of Eikund’s designs are crafted today; designs from the mid-century that were long forgotten until Hippe, Tingbø and Tengesdal set about bringing them back to life.
Veng Lounge Chair
Veng lounge chair is one of the most dramatic chairs by Torbjørn Bekken, it is both elegant and bold at the same time. Designed in 1960.
Veng arm chair has a strong personality and is one of the most expressive chairs by Torbjørn Bekken. Designed in 1960.