1965 UNICEF
I 1965 ble Nobels fredspris for første gang gitt til noen som jobber for barns rettigheter. Femti år senere er Nobelarkivene åpnet. I den lille utstillingen 1965 UNICEF forteller vi hvordan og hvorfor UNICEF fikk fredsprisen.  Utstillingsdesign: Bolt design og Runa Klock. Client: Nobels Fredssenter . Photo: Johannes Granseth/Nobels Fredssenter.


Fred & Toca Loca goes green
I tett samarbeid med Nobels Fredssenter har vi utviklet og designet den nye barneaktiviteten på senteret. Har får barna lære om fem «grønne» fredsprisvinnerne, og om hva vi kan gjøre for miljøet og hva en plante trenger for å ha det bra. Utstillingsdesign: Bolt design, Marte Frøystad og Runa Klock.  
Kunde: Nobels Fredssenter Photo: Johannes Granseth/Nobels Fredssenter.


Kvinner i jiddish kultur
Mini sommerutstilling om kvinner i jiddish kultur. Utstillingen gir innblikk i den østeuropeiske jødiske kulturen som de fleste norske jøder har sitt opphav i, og viser hvordan kvinner deltok i og bidro til å forme denne kulturen. Utstillingsdesign: Bolt design og Runa Klock.
Kunde: Jødisk Museum i Oslo 


Peace at work (2014)
On the second Friday in October every year, the eyes of the world turn to Oslo. As the Nobel Peace Prize is announced at the Nobel Institute, preparations for the Peace Prize Exhibition are kicked off. This has been the tradition since the very first Nobel Peace Prize exhibition was launched at the Nobel Peace Center in 2005.
"Peace at work" look at the highlights from all the Nobel Peace Prize Exhibitions the past 10 years. In collaboration with Bolt Design and Marte Frøystad. 
Client: Nobels Fredssenter . Foto: Johannes Granseth/Nobels Fredssenter


1964 Martin Luther King Jr. (2014)
In 2014 it is 50 years since Martin Luther King, Jr. – one of history’s greatest icons of non-violent activism – was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Since 1964, all the documents relating to the award – nominations, notes and reports – have been classified as secret, and kept under lock and key in the Norwegian Nobel Committee’s extensive archive, until now. To commemorate this historic occasion The King Center in Atlanta, USA opened the exhibition '1964 Martin Luther King, Jr.', based on the exhibition designed for the Nobel Peace center. Exhibition design: Bolt Design, Marte Frøystad og Runa Klock.
Client: Nobels Fredssenter and The King Center, Atlanta, USA . Photo: Johannes Granseth/Nobels Fredssenter.


Heia jødene! An exhibition about integration and the joy of sports (2014)
The exhibition is printed on aluminum plates- placed in two layers to create depth effect and a more dynamic look. This is a happy and colorful exhibition about integration and the " joy of sports", showing how the Jewish immigrants who settled in Norway embraced Norwegian nature and outdoor activities, and highlights the many who became active sportsmen and -women. Photo by Bolt Design Studio,  Client: Jødisk Museum i Oslo


On Time (2013)
17 designers and members of Klubben, were all given a specific hour and minute, and asked to design a product as an interpretation of this moment in time. The moments spread out through 24 hours and include both night and day time. We designed the exhibition to fit both at Doga, Oslo, and in Paris, with podiums linked to a circular shaped centerpiece reminding a clock. . In collaboration with Ingrid Aspen and Marte Frøystad. Photo Klubben. klbbn


Remember us to life (2012)
The exhibition "Remember us to life" - Jewish destinies 1940-1945, at theJewish Museum in Oslo, opened november 2012. The exhibition provides a glimpse of the Norwegian jewish population and their daily life before deportation. We have been involved during the entire process, from start to finish and besides design work, also provided input on selection of photos, artifacts and stories. In collaboration with Bolt Design and Marte Frøystad. Photo Espen Grønli. Client: Jewish museum Oslo