Voy is a design-studio based in Oslo run by Jørn Knutsen and Einar Sneve Martinussen. We work with digital and physical products and design research. We have been working together since 2006 and produced exhibitions, products and films, alongside talks and research publications. We are currently available for new projects, so please feel free to get in touch.
By virtue of sharing offices, we frequently collaborate with our crafty friends at Skrekkøgle and Bengler. Beyond the bounds of our office we draw on a vast network of expert practitioners in industrial design, 3D, film making, electronic and mechanical engineering.
Our work has been featured in a range of media outlets, a selection of which you can see here. Every now and then we also hold lectures and talks.
Wired (2015), Wired (2011), BLDG BLOG, O’Reilly Radar, Gizmodo, CBC Spark, New Scientist, NRK Nasjonalgalleriet, O’Reilly Radar, ReadWriteWeb, Engadget, Hack a Day, Wired Italy, Arduino, Geekbeat.TV, Singularity Hub, PC Mag, Reddit, Postscapes, Utopianist, Adafruit, Slashdot, Slashgear, Fotopia, Dvice, Bit Rebel, Techno Buffalo, CBC Spark (radio interview), New Scientist, Discovery, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Warren Ellis, VJ.TV, PSFK, Magical Urbanism, Cluster Mag, Gezduna, Europaconcorsi, Owni, Flavorwire, Make Interesting, The Blaze, likecool.com, Designtagbuch.de, designerblog.it, clickblog.it, Pixel Y Dixel, fstoppers.com, Walyou, NRK, Huffington Post, CNET, Spiegel, Minnesota Public Radio, Deutche Welle, Wall Street Journal, Courrier International, The Atlantic, NRC.nl, El Pais, Il Post, La Figaro.
MoMa - Talk to me(New York), Dread - Fear in the age of technological acceleration (Amsterdam), Grafill R21 (Oslo), Lighthouse (Brighton), Amper&and, Enter5 Biennale (Prague), Night of Art and Science (Groningen).
Change By Design (2015), IXDA (Oslo), Cognitive Cities (Berlin), IxDA Oslo (Oslo), SVA Interaction Design (New York), Wellington Lux (Wellington), Goldsmiths Design Department, (London), Oslo LUX (Oslo), Playful (London).
Please get in touch if we can be of assistance: email@example.com.