Nikari is a Finnish manufacturer of wooden furniture founded in 1967, specializing high quality furniture keeping in mind the principles of sustainable development. Nikari was founded by Kari Virtanen, the only Finnish cabinetmaker awarded with the Pro Finlandia medal, and today the company is run by a younger generation of entrepreneurs. Its studio-workshop is located at the Finnish artisan village of Fiskars, and its products are made using mostly locally grown, certified wood. Nikari concentrates on sustainability and quality both in its design and production techniques.
Nikari's wooden furniture honours the traditions of Finnish woodworking and natural materials with a fresh touch of modern techniques and design. The highly skilled cabinetmakers participate in the selection of timber, and during the decades Nikari has collected a wide assortment of raw materials. The electricity for Nikari's workshop is produced using renewable energy from a local hydropower plant.
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