Cathrine Kullberg (born 1971) from Oslo, Norway, launched her range of Norwegian Forest birch veneer lamps in 2007 via her company; Cathrine Kullberg Design. Cathrine has a Masters Degree in Political Science and Aesthetics from the University of Oslo, and a Masters Degree in Design from the Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design in London. She was later employed at the renowned Thomas Heatherwick Studio as a designer and project manager. Upon her return to Oslo she worked as project leader at Norsk Form at the Norwegian Centre of Design and Architecture. She has also freelanced as a design and architectural journalist for a number of Norwegian magazines and newspapers. Her design work has been featured in several books, leading international interior design magazines and a number of international exhibitions.
Cathrine Kullberg investigates the potential of veneer, light and translucency, combining modern technology and traditional craft techniques in her design of lighting products and artwork.