Originally a collective, Norway Says were leaders in the growing movement of young Norwegian designers who were adopting a more international approach. They became a commercial studio in 2002.
Mainly focused on furniture design, their output also included textiles, electronics, lighting and tableware. Their clients included international brands like Classicon and Muuto, as well as traditional Norwegian brands like LK Hjelle. In 2009, the studio split into two entities: Anderssen & Voll and Andreas Engesvik.