80 x 60 x 58 + 90 x 24 x 100 Recycled marble, larch wood, steel
Follow the blackest of paths to find hidden treasures unveiled by a simple ritual.
50 x 50 x 120 Ash, birch, steel
Tower is an experimental shelf design. It is a dialogue between two different materials. A steel structure divided by a glass wall creates a mirror-like illusion. Surfaces aligned in different angles with horizontal layering form a sculptural piece that changes figure by looking from different perspectives.
TATU LAAKSO TEEMU VIDGREN DIDI NG
54 x 31 x 200 Steel, glass
It is a free-standing shelf which has no main front or back. It looks beautiful from any angle and can be accessed from every side. This piece of furniture consists of the bearing structure and the shelves for storing. The latter elements are made by bending the sheets of steel into a U-shape profile so that a user could easily mount it on and remove it from the structure. The ‘U shelf’ is rather a spatial object which can work as a divider, thus providing more privacy. Because of a flexible system it can grow in scale and change its shape when different elements are added or removed.
SIMONA KLIUCIUTE PEDRO PABLO GARCIA ALCAZAR
75 x 35 x 195 Powdercoated steel
Jae: osa johon kirjan luvut on jaettu.
Verse: any division or grouping of word in a poetic composition.
“Jae” is a magazine holder that allows its user to be a part of the furniture’s final form and colour combination. The user of the furniture can arrange movable acrylic sheets and so create different sizes of gaps that can be used from both sides of the furniture.
EMMI KOSKINEN CHRISTAL HEDMAN
150 x 40 x 44 Birch, acrylic, steel
Capsule works as a cabinet for small items, bits and pieces and it has a simple shape with characteristic details. Original design by Piia Jalkanen & Sara Urbanski.
“She wasn’t doing a thing that I could see, except standing there, leaning on the balcony railing, holding the universe together.” - J.D. Salinger
97 x 38 x 103 Steel, aluminium, ash-wood
Just as whiskey is matured in oak casks for a minimum of three years so Bar needs time to mature. The minimalistic appearance might fool you, but let me tell you that it contains the most sophisticated nuances and the elixir of delectation. Iubentium!
PINJA KOSKELIN KARITA ASMALA
58 x 58 x 24 MDF, ash, steel
Black box. Minimalism is a duality of experiences: the ones which we show, and the ones we feel.
150 x 40 x 25 Birch plywood, aluminium
PasTower could remind you of the image of a tower due to its predominant vertical direction. However, as its name says (“no-tower” in French), this linearity is interrupted by three horizontal shelves whose natural ‘birch’ colour creates a contrast with the inked black boxes and the transparency of the acrylic drawers.
GIULIA BIANCO XIAO MOU
95 x 35 x 193 Birch, acrylic
“Cube” is one of the most basic shapes for containers. We take the five senses as the reference and get inspiration from the way they move. When you open these black wooden boxes, you will find some bright colours inside which give you a surprise. Boxes with different ways of opening and colours are more like a kind of metaphor, just as life is constantly changing.