Luxury shopping centre for fashion and sport fashion
Moniker Oslo is a multi-brand luxury shopping centre, developed by the owners, the fashion couples Jalland and Tvenge and the renown Norwegian architectural office Snohetta.
The interior concept is inspired by NASA and the first woman in the outer space, Anne Lee Fisher and her astronaut husband.
800 sqm. is a mix of luxury, contemporary, sneakers and sport fashion. The owners call it "a shop chameleon" because it is always changing and surprising its visitors.
The five departments in the store are inspired by strong women, and therefore offer distinct experiences to the customers. Volver has contributed with rugs to create the atmosphere and a more personal style.
The focus of the centre is on sustainability, high quality and durability. The represented brands, incl. Volver, deliver on these values through their production and products.
Rosè is a soft hand tufted rug made in NZ wool and silky tencel. It is designed in a collaboration with renown color specialist Dagny Thurman Moe, the founder of KOI Color Studio.
The design is playful and feminine, with soft shapes and candy pink look. The design, consisting of soft shapes in champagne, dusty pink, cherry blossom, old rose, latte and jasmine are contrasted with pinch of auburn and that deep red that makes all the difference.
Design: Dagny Thurmann - Moe and Ksenia Stanishevski
Ruter Collection is inspired by the fashion itself. The design and style are prompted by the tweed patterns and are refined and sophisticated. The rug is hand tufted in NZ wool and tencel.
The collection is developed in collaboration with Renate Alexandersen, an interior architect and the founder of Alex Ark.
Design: Renate Alexandersen and Ksenia Stanishevski
The rug depicts the field of wild flowers in the morning light.
The motif is inspired by the vast field with wild flowers outside the artist's studio. The design is based on a full-size painting. The rug is made of numerous color shades to keep the vibrancy and dynamics of the brush strokes.
Design: Andreas Siqueland