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Sabi Leaf 04
Norm.Architects & Paper Collective
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With a graphic hyper-realism, this Sabi Leaf artwork reflects a metaphorical journey through time. In the hands of creative director Norm.Architects, the photographic poster records nature's inevitable decay and decline while also celebrating the leaf's resilience and complex structure, with its finely veined lines rendered in inky tones.

With this collaboration between Paper Collective and Danish brand Menu, each purchase also benefits the artist's chosen charity with a significant contribution. Offset-printed on FSC-certified, uncoated archival quality paper in a certified sustainable production process.

  • 27.5" h x 19.75" w (70x50cm)
  • Stiicks Frame: 20.75" w (53cm)
  • Made in Denmark under the Swan certification system
  • 200g uncoated Munken Lynx paper (archival quality, FSC certified)
  • Branded tube
  • This item normally ships within 48 hours.


“Norms aren’t boring,” Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen of Norm.Architects says, reflecting on the name of his Copenhagen-based design studio, formed with fellow architect Kasper Rønn. “On the contrary, the firm wants to make use of all that centuries-old wisdom that we now know as design.” Norm encompasses furniture, dinner service, kitchenware and lighting fixtures as well as architecture projects with third partner Linda Korndal.

“There’s something in our design culture that’s born out of our connection to the Nordic climate, to the crafts and the natural materials that surround us, and that 'something' makes us stand out,” Jonas says. Norm.Architects has garnered numerous prestigious awards such as Red Dot, IF Design Award and Design Plus Award. Jonas focuses on aesthetics and Kasper concentrates on technology but the lines are often blurred on any offering, says Jonas. “You should be able to look at it in 10, 20 years’ time and still find it useful and beautiful.”