Anders Nærø Tangen
Extensive work list
2010 — 2021
  1. Oda UX
  2. reMarkable UX
  3. Frekvens ART

  1. Gyldendal UX

  1. Kinly UX
  2. Derive ART

  1. Evry Stockholm ART
  2. Media City Bergen ART

  1. Evry Oslo ART 
  2. 256 ART

  1. Kraftwerk ART
  2. C8 ART
  3. NDC UX
  4. Matprat UX
  5. Strava sculptures UX

  1. Programutvikling UX
  2. Lingofy UX

  1. Gjensidige UX

  1. Bekk UX
  2. Fønd

  1. Nokas
  2. Rheinmetall

  1. Comoyo UX
  2. SKMU UX
  3. Telenor UX


Evry Oslo

Role: Concept developer, designer.
In collaboration with Void.

EVRY is a multinational IT company with its main office in Oslo. In 2016 a large interior refurbishment project had been initiated in which Void was invited to participate, focusing on the visitor experience and the presentation area. The output was an experience design strategy for their upcoming office designs, resulting in site specific installations.

The presentation area is installed with a large and bright screen running a custom built content application. The content of this application is based on a generative cityscape where the user may fly around by moving in front of the screen. By going closer one may deep-dive into an abstract representation of the city’s ‘information architecture’, which illustrate EVRY’s role as a contributor to the underlying infrastructure of our modern informational society. With a simple gesture, a visitor may interact with a personification of the growing intelligence of the algorithms that permeate modern technology, often known as artificial intelligence.

The solution to the reception area consists of a specially constructed reception desk with built-in LED lighting attached to the already existing curved LED installation. Additionally, depth and motion sensors run by custom software, enables visitors entering the reception area to become clouds of illuminating energy moving through the large LED mesh installed above and behind the reception desk.

Technology used: Custom made LED fixtures, Depth sensing cameras, custom software built with C++.