HIDDEN – Forms of the Senses Satellite Exhibition 12.8.–17.9.2022 at Lokal Helsinki Puhdetyö II Exhibition is part of the 2022 Helsinki Design Week festival and will be on display in the MUJI Small Gallery 1.9-30.10.2022 Puhdetyö is a group exhibition by six well known designers living and working in Helsinki. The Finnish word puhdetyö refers to the handicraft work that was made after dark when the fields chores were done. In this scenario, puhdetyö has become a collection of objects made free from the constraints of briefs. The designers have used this possibility to explore and experiment and to plunge into their respective interests and passions. These explorations have resulted in a collection of new works ranging from glassware and ceramics to textiles and furniture. Aalto+Aalto will be presenting new designs including Cumula-lights and Luoto candleholders. Designers: Aalto+Aalto, Maija Puoskari, Studio Tolvanen and Tuukka Tujula – – – INSULAE cabinets at Chart Design, Copenhagen LOKAL exhibiting CHART Design 2019 Copenhagen 30.8 – 1.9.2019 CHART Art Fair and CHART Design Fair in Copenhagen presents contemporary collectible art and design across the Nordic region, bringing together the best Nordic art and design galleries. Lokal has been invited now for the second time […]
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Aalto+Aalto is a Helsinki-based design office working with products, spaces and exhibitions. Their aim is to create special everyday objects with a strong identity and story. They are inspired by time-tested old techniques, all kinds of factories and flea markets. Their special skill is managing to make things which are imaginative and different but still simple and timeless. Their work has been widely exhibited, is included in the collections of the Design museum in Helsinki and in Quebec and has been awarded the iF golden product design award. Aalto+Aalto are Elina Aalto and Klaus Aalto. A+A on Facebook A+A on Instagram
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