List of products by manufacturer Fjordfiesta

Showing 1 - 10 of 10 items
  • £ 1,065.78

    Brand: Fjordfiesta

    This light and elegant Alto Desk was created by the Norwegian designer  Andreas Engesvikin. Six wood finishes are available for this compact desk, which can easily fit in modern apartments and be used on a daily basis.  W 116 cm x D 68 cm

    £ 1,065.78
  • £ 924.05

    Brand: Fjordfiesta

    Rastad & Relling Tegnekontor was one of the main representatives of the development of furniture design for decades. With furniture Bambi, Futurum, Crossed and Cycle sets the Norwegian design on the world map. Interior architects Rolf Rastad (1916-1995) and Adolf Relling (1913-2006) established the furniture and interior architectural firm Rastad...

    £ 924.05
  • £ 870.48

    Brand: Fjordfiesta

     In 1960, Torbjørn Afdal designed the multi-purpose bench Krobo. It became an instant classic in Norway because of its unique adaptability and many uses. Now Fjordfiesta Furniture has re-launched Krobo in collaboration with Utopia Retro Modern. Showing great respect for the classic bench, the renowned duo Anderssen & Voll has...

    £ 870.48
  • £ 106.02

    Brand: Fjordfiesta

    Showing great respect for the classic Krobo bench desgined in 1960, the renowned duo Anderssen & Voll has created new accessories for Krobo. Krobo cushions for the Krobo Bench: the cushions are available in Kvadrat fabric (Hallingdal collection), Coda fabric or leather.  Cushions in different colours can be...

    £ 106.02
  • £ 106.02

    Brand: Fjordfiesta

    In 1960, Torbjørn Afdal designed the multi-purpose bench Krobo. Showing great respect for the classic bench designed in 1960, the renowned duo Anderssen & Voll has created new accessories for Krobo. Large Krobo Trays for the Krobo Bench: they are available in walnut, oak or lacquered oak veneer in 5 colours. The large...

    £ 106.02
  • £ 524.52

    Brand: Fjordfiesta

    Hans Brattrud designed the Scandia Junior in 1957 as a student project at the National College of Art & Design in Oslo. Brattrud’s aim was to create a three-dimensionally shaped chair. He took the traditional laminating technique a step further, resulting in a chair that was revolutionary both in shape and expression. The chair immediately won...

    £ 524.52
  • £ 1,367.10

    Brand: Fjordfiesta

    In Norwegian, ‘nett’ means ‘neat’ –and Scandia Nett is simply a neater version of Scandia Senior. Scandia Nett has an elegant, sleek appearance and pleasing shape, all together making the lounge chair suitable for any room or style. It can stand alone, as a pair, or arranged in bigger groups. Despite its clear references to the mid-century design...

    £ 1,367.10
  • £ 636.12

    Brand: Fjordfiesta

    Hans Brattrud created Scandia Prince in 1960,adding to the Scandia range. According to the designer himself, Scandia Prince is the crowning glory of the series. It was originally designed as a high version of Scandia Junior, but it stands out thanks to its distinct personality: graceful and noble, it royally surrounds the dining table...

    £ 636.12
  • £ 2,650.50

    Brand: Fjordfiesta

    This iconic lounge chair lifted Dysthe to the international design stage and won him The American Institute of Decorations International Award Litation. In production from 1959 the 1001 series was most probably officially shown for the first time during the furniture fair in Köln, January 1960. Framework in steel and rosewood , upholstered in classic...

    £ 2,650.50
  • £ 94.86

    Brand: Fjordfiesta

    Showing great respect for the classic Krobo bench desgined in 1960, the renowned duo Anderssen & Voll has created new accessories for Krobo. Small Krobo Trays for the Krobo Bench: available in walnut, oak or lacquered oak veneer in 5 colours. The small trays come in different colours and can be combined together or mixed...

    £ 94.86
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"We believe strongly in our Scandinavian design heritage, adding some bold Norwegian flavor."




With the ambition to manage, develop and reconnect to the Scandinavian design heritage, architect Paul Lunder founded Fjordfiesta in 2001. With strong ties to the aesthetics of Scandinavian design culture and 21st century values regarding ethic and environmental issues, Fjordfiesta’s intention is to create furniture that will last for generations to come.


Our first mission was to reintroduce the timeless «Scandia» range of chairs, designed by Hans Brattrud in the 1950’s. The chairs, that had been available through vintage dealers only since the mid 70’s, were slightly trimmed by the designer and put into production between 2001 and 2010. This meant our first goal was met. To celebrate we released the «Scandia Prince Rosewood» special edition, signed and numbered by Hans Brattrud.


Working with designers from different eras reflects Fjordfiesta’s belief in Scandinavian design; both classic and contemporary. Finding the essence of now is equally important to us as recognizing the legacy of the past and we are proud to be working with the creative minds behind design group «Norway Says», known today as «Anderssen & Voll» and «Andreas Engesvik, Oslo».


The journey has only just begun. Our vision is to keep on introducing furniture from our finest designers, taking an active part in both preserving and developing the Scandinavian design heritage.