Transborder Studio is an architecture office founded by Øystein Rø and Espen Røyseland in 2013. The office is based in Oslo, Norway. Transborder Studio makes architecture and urbanism of all scales. The office is currently designing the transformation of Landbrukskvartalet, a multi-functional area in central Oslo, the extension of the Centre for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities at Villa Grande in Oslo and Norway’s largest climate neutral residential area in Fornebu. Transborder Studio exhibited at the Seoul Biennale for Architecture and Urbanism in 2017 and the Oslo Architecture Triennale in 2016. The Fairytale Lamp for Høgh is their first product design.