Showroom Finland is at ID Helsinki 12.-13.9.2017, stand no. 60. The event takes place in Event Center Telakka in Hernesaari area. “ID Helsinki is an informative, effective and inspirational trade show about public spaces, offices and workspaces. We concentrate on commercial design and contract interiors.” Read more about the event on their website here.
Tuesday 12 September 2017 at 9:00 – 19:00
Wednesday 13 September 2017 at 9:00 – 18:00.
Event Center Telakka, address: Henry Fordin katu 6, 00180 Helsinki (Hernesaari area).
Showroom Finland invites you to find design treasures 9.-10.9.2017 at Helsinki Design Market , organized in Cable Factory (Kaapelitehdas). Design Market is part of the Helsinki Design Week 2017. The event brings high quality design pieces to the same place.
See you there!
Showroom Finland brings out new cushions and rugs in bright colours and in beloved Moomin prints. All the products are made of 100% quality cotton and the cushions can be used on floor, too. The rugs are suitable for any room like kids room, bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom and summer cottages. The patterns on the cushions and rugs are woven and therefore durable, thick and double-sided.
The rugs and cushions come in cheerfully bright and fresh Scandinavian colours, which bring colour to minimalistic Scandinavian homes. Combined with discreet colours, like white, grey and black, they bring joy and playfulness to interior design.
The colour options are pink-orange, green-green and black-white or Moomin prints. The cushions and rugs are reasonably priced.
This summer’s novelty in Showroom Finland’s light collection is a Light light table lamp. It will be available with this beautiful original Moomin print by Tove Jansson, or without a print.
The foot of the lamp is made of black stained plywood and the shade part of polypropylene. The Light light comes in a flat box and doesn’t weigh much, which makes it easy to send or post. The bulb is not included. This minimalistic design suits as well kids’ rooms as any other space!
Last year in Finland plastic bag was chosen as “the most useless thing of the year”. Same year European Parliament approved a directive that forces shops to limit the use of plastic bags and start charging for them. Every European household consumes in average 200 plastic bags per year. This means that over 8 billion plastic bags ends up to a garbage plant after used only once. Maybe we use some bags from our great collection twice, if we throw our garbage in there. However, 8 billion. And that’s only in Europe.
Showroom Finland encourages people to think about their daily choices. In our collection we have a large, strong and foldable eco bag that packs easily in its own pocket and doesn’t require lot of space. It fits easily in your smaller or bigger bag and in that way is always available when needed. In the supermarket, at the beach or when you’re travelling.
Helsinki bags come in bronze, silver, black and in beloved Moomin-theme in various colours. More stylish, stronger and better for the nature than a plastic bag of your favourite supermarket.
GOOD DESIGN® is the world’s most prestigious, recognized, and oldest Design Awards program organized annually by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design in cooperation with the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies. Read more about the reward here.
The original GOOD DESIGN founded by Saarinen and Eames’ in Chicago in 1950 is the oldest and most important Awards Program worldwide. Green GOOD DESIGN identifies and emphasizes the world’ most important examples of sustainable design. This award was granted for Showroom Finland’s lights PILKE and HAVAS, design Tuukka Halonen.
The inspiration for the PILKE lights came from traditional Finnish shingle work, but Tuukka Halonen upgraded the design to a modern structure made with today’s state of the art technology. Repetition of plywood part in right angle creates a beautiful subtle friction to light. HAVAS is a do-it-yourself lamp and comes in a flat box with assembly instructions. The plywood lamp constructs itself of tens of birch plywood slats, which will be joint together to form an intelligent structure.