Durat gives plastics new life in interior design
Finnish manufacturer Durat makes durable and hygienic solid surfaces with a difference. Not only are they made with recycled plastics, but Durat recycles its old products into new ones. Nothing goes to waste.
The daily brief: 21 October 2019
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Outotec, Arkki and Isku make headlines.
Five for Friday: Moomins mean business
Adored by children and adults alike, the Moomins are part of the Finnish identity, a global phenomenon and one of Finland’s most popular and successful exports. They also help Finnish businesses to make an impact.
Five for Friday: Design for the home
Finland has a reputation for design excellence both globally and at home.
Verso Design makes beauty functional
This Finnish family company produces household items that make everyday life easier and prettier – so, overall, happier – whilst making them all long-lasting in terms of style, quality and sustainability.
Five for Friday: Wall decoration
Finnish design and innovation offers decorative options that are off the wall – yet are well and truly located firmly on it.
Himmee lets there be light in style
Finnish light designer and manufacturer Himmee holds dear all things Nordic: its products are simple yet classy, contemporary yet ageless.
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.