The Finnish Museum of Photography’s first permanent exhibition.
Exhibition concept and furniture
Cable Factory, Kaapelitehdas, Helsinki
Finnish Museum of Photography
We collaborated with graphic designer Antti Grundstén to create a new exhibition concept, architecture, and graphics for the Finnish Museum of Photography, located in the basement of Kaapelitehdas, Cable Factory in Helsinki.
The exhibition is divided into different themed areas, with curved and wavy aluminium walls acting as a guide.
Aluminium was chosen as the main building material because it's commonly used to print photos, while birch plywood brings softness and warmth to the space.
The exhibition challenges the visitors to reflect on their relationship with photography and its significant role in contemporary society.
Kulosaari shopping center
A building historical survey of a representative of the 1960s lifestyle.
Kuokkala in Jyväskylä
The competition proposal sought new solutions to the current housing construction challenges.
The History Trail of Vallisaari, Helsinki
The History Trail is based on the rich history and stories of Vallisaari.
A modular installation for events that works on the principle of circular economy.
Exhibition stand for Avotakka magazine made in the spirit of circular economy.
A new store and showroom for the Finnish furniture and lighting manufacturer Fasetti in the heart of Helsinki.
As its name suggests, the Heirloom Sofa is a piece of furniture designed to last for generations.