Achieving new aesthetic and functional standards, ensuring design flexibility and easy assembly: these are the aims of the Fjord project. A high-performance modular system based on a metal frame, flanked by a series of veneer bases, open-fronted units, chests of drawers, shelves, washbasin tops, mirrors and wall-mounted shelves.
A simple, minimalist line that maintains the soft and sinuous shapes typical of Japanese architecture. A unique architectural concept, based on the combination of different types of materials, offering new aesthetic and functional solutions.
With an essential and refined design featuring fine surfaces and razor- sharp geometrical shapes, this modular system offers a wide variety of solutions while staying true to a concept that draws inspiration from the ever-precious essence of matter and from the architectural approach to space.
The Noorth production reality: a mosaic of different and complementary materials and processes. A modern production process, in which each phase, from the selection of the raw material and components to the various stages of development, assembly and packaging, is based on the search for maximum efficiency and quality.
Natural and harmonious shapes, texture variations, and irregular geometries. Noorth enters the fascinating world of decoration, and of contemporary rugs, with two brand new proposals designed by studio Juma.
Better technical and functional performance, always updated aesthetic solutions: these are the objectives that guide Noorth in the search for new materials and finishes.
A wide range of models whose common thread is to be found in their geometric rigor and essential style. These are furnishing proposals for contemporary living, such as the slender-edged countertop washbasins that conveys an image of sophisticated elegance.