The table design is inspired by the traditional Finnish stool for weaving as well as a traditional Finnish dining table. “Step” comprises a top plate, easy to remove and used upside down; this is reminiscent of Japanese “kotatsu” table. Construction follows the traditional Finnish way of making tables that are durable, sustainable and beautiful.

The Pikku Tikku collection consists of a stool, a table and a coat rack made out of ash wood.

The Bending the wood creates a pre-stressed structure, which is a more ecological solution than laminate the wood in layers with glue. An efficient construction can save raw material. All leg parts are made of ash wood.

The Pikku Tikku can be packed in a flat package that can save space for storing and transportation. Thanks to the simple joints leg parts can be assembled by hand without any tools.

ADB&B (Armchair, Divan, Bench & Bed) is a piece of furniture that can be transformed into three different shapes; an armchair, a divan, a small extra bed/bench.

It is most suitable for a small flat owner who does not want to occupy his/her space with big extra furniture. And yet, it’s possible to provide comfort to the guests according to the occasional needs. It is collapsible with a small number of screws and easy to make a small package for transportation.

★ Received the Grand Award of the EcoDesign Special Exhibition in Habitare 2016 -Helsinki Interior, design and furniture fair.

★ Selected as “The Most Interesting Product” of Habitare fair 2016 by the world-renowned British design critic and author Alice Rawsthorn who writes in international NY Times.

★ Selected as “The 14 Most Successful domestic products of 2016” by the Finnish interior magazine Avotakka.