Arkki helps kids design smart and friendly Ho Chi Minh City
Finnish-originated Arkki School of Architecture for Children and Youth is collaborating on a smart and child friendly Ho Chi Minh City project in Vietnam, together with UNICEF and local partners.
Hellon continues gold streak in Dublin
Finnish service design company Hellon has been awarded gold for its project with Irish retail company Musgrave.
MUJI pops up in Helsinki city centre
Japanese lifestyle brand MUJI is hosting a pop-up design store at the Kamppi shopping centre in the heart of the Finnish capital from 29 October to 20 January 2019.
CHAOS architects wants cities to be built for people
By bringing big data and citizen engagement into the picture, CHAOS architects aims to disrupt urban planning practices – for the people, by the people.
Plywood Print makes memories lively and lasting
Although cameras and photographs are everywhere these days, fewer and fewer photographs end up being printed. Finnish company Plywood Print wants to make the ones that are extra special.
Finnish design brand Pentik pops up in Tokyo
Finnish interior design brand Pentik continues to make a name for itself in Japan with a week-long pop-up shop in one of Tokyo’s leading department stores, Matsuya Ginza.
Smartblock brings squares of peace to the buzz
Smartblock’s made-in-Finland mobile meeting pods squeeze calm and quiet places into the smallest of offices, saving expensive square metres and everyone’s nerves.
Five for Friday: Habitare
Finnish design innovation takes centre stage at this year’s Habitare.
Made of Sundays is not just another sticker on the wall
Finnish company Made of Sundays wants to cheer up homes and offices with colours and shapes made of ecological materials. Stick it up and wear a smile!
Marimekko buckles down in Japan
Marimekko will open a new store in Japan in September, on the heels of the makeover of its Tokyo flagship store.