Interface is a Finnish brand, best known for its high-quality, domestically made sofas and armchairs. The story of Interface dates back to 1963, when a local carpenter's son Efraim Männistö founded a workshop in the Ostrobothnian village of Teuva, focusing on upholstery and furniture.
The company has also been known as Fake and Face but changed its name to Interface in the 1980s. Interface’s core values, sustainability and responsibility, have carried over the decades and are still present in every aspect of the business. Today, Interface is home to an impressive range of uncompromising masterpieces by contemporary Finnish designers.