Jo Nagasaka colored Artek classics with his ColoRing technique

Japanese architect and designer, Jo Nagasaka, has used traditional Japanese methods to add new colors to Alvar Aalto's classic furniture. He… Read the story

A summer cabin in a childhood landscape in Pargas

The family of designer Sebastian Jansson had not intended to buy a summer cottage at all. Then a plot practically made for them was put on sale in a familiar location. Read the story

Sale picks: 6 colorful design favorites

We handpicked designs from Finnish Design Shop’s summer sale that are perfect for anyone fond of cheerful prints and a colorful decor. The sa… Read the story

Arabia’s Moomin mugs now illustrated with 3D animated Moomins

Arabia’s new mug collection, Moominvalley, is based on concept art from the new animated show of the same name. Both the show and the mugs bring the beloved stories and characters to life like never before. Read the story

Nuura's Creative Director Sofie Refer: “We want to create lights that reflect the joy you find in nature”

Lighting company Nuura is a shiny newcomer based on several years of work and decades of experience. We had a chat with Creative Director and co-founder Sofie Refer, who says that every great design wants to convey a message. Read the story

Virgil Abloh's new installation opens at Vitra Campus

The new summer exhibition at the Fire Station of the Vitra Campus is TWENTYTHIRTYFIVE by Virgil Abloh. Three new products by the American multi-talent will be launched as an exhibition spin-off. Read the story

Jirka Väätäinen trusts his intuition in interior decoration: “Items that please me will fit together and usually find their place in my home”

When social media influencer Jirka Väätäinen engages in interior decoration, he is driven by inspiration and experimentation, not practical issues. The first home he bought strengthened his identity. Now he has the courage to trust his instincts. Read the story

Muuto's new Linear Steel garden furniture brings people together

Linear Steel, the first outdoor furniture collection by the Danish Muuto, was designed by Thomas Bentzen. Instead of individual chairs, the seats are long benches, which create a relaxed and informal atmosphere around the table. Read the story

3 Days of Design in Copenhagen

The 3 Days of Design event in Copenhagen was a celebration of Nordic, particularly Danish, design. The showrooms were open to the public, with designers displaying their latest products and the city brimming with fascinating exhibitions. The Finnish Design Shop team was on hand – read our report from Copenhagen! Read the story

Erik Bryggman's Resurrection Chapel is a gem of Finnish architecture

Amidst the tumult of the Second World War, architect Erik Bryggman designed a peaceful cemetery chapel in Turku, in which death is encountered with respect and gentleness. It has become a landmark of Finnish architecture. Read the story