HØGH is a small scale manufacturer of contemporary design based in Norway. HØGH offers a limited collection of objects characterized by clear composition and functional form, coupled with high-grade materials and skilled local craftsmanship.
NEW. KEY shelves. A basic adaptive shelving system with a minimal appearance. Available in two lengths and three different colours. The elements can be used alone or combined, for a long or a short span on any wall
CONCAVE bowls bring concrete into the collection. Monochrome black and slender pieces that slightly elevate above the table.
BEAU table mirrors. A new release for 2017.
POND are wooden utensils for the table. A tray, a trivet or a cutting board, made in walnut and oak. The angular cuts make them easy to pick up.
FORMAT LIGHT. A series of small sculptural lights, made for versatile use. Inspired by shapes and contours found in modern Nordic architecture.
All HØGH furniture and accessories are carefully crafted and treated at various workshops in Norway.
A proud moment / HØGH featured in the March 2017 issue of ICON magazine.
The TID daybed is an example of reduced form with an enduring aesthetic. A notable piece of furniture with a high emphasis on proportions and lines.
Have your TID daybed mattress and cushion upholstered in a Raf Simons textile from Kvadrat.
FORMAT LIGHT can now be seen at the amazing SIRIN concept store in Nørrebro/Copenhagen.
Remix is an elegant woolen upholstery textile created for Kvadrat by acclaimed designer Giulio Ridolfo.
HØGH can now be found at Not Only White's new flagship store in Berlin.
HØGH was part of the 2017 'Everything is Connected' exhibition at Ventura Lambrate/Milan.
With a profile reminiscent of characters from a Japanese script, KANA is a side table identified by a light and graphic presence.
PLATEAU suggests a landscape of square modules for holding and displaying pens and other stationary items.
The KNAGG coat hook works well as a generous hook, and also adds a discreet sculptural element to a bare wall.
HØGH was present at the ODF follow-up of this years 'Everything is Connected' exhibit. 30.8. - 2.9.