It is the rugged and wild landscape of Norway that inspires the designs of Vera Kleppe and Åshild Kyte: luminaires, benches, shelves, tables and glass objects. Take “Topiary”, for example, a luminaire that resembles a tree, yet is so flat that it almost appears two-dimensional – like drawings in children’s books. What is surprising about the two Norwegians, who obtained their degrees from the Bergen Academy of Art and Design and opened their studio in the coastal city in 2012, is that they do not work with wood but with metal. And their objects are lacquered in the kind of bright colors we last saw at Memphis in the 1980s.