Description

Kukkii (”blooming") by the Finnish master cabinetmaker Antrei Hartikainen is a collection of unique wooden flowers and other plants standing on a slender stem, creating a delicate ambiance in smaller or larger groups. The Kukkii series depicts the moment of calmness and freedom one can experience in nature. The wooden sculptures can be placed on a floor, table or windowsill, or mounted on the wall as a floating shelf. Kukkii sculptures are handmade in Finland with different types of crafting techniques, and they won the Product of the Year 2017 award in the Finnish design gala Muoto.

Antrei Hartikainen

Kukkii Bloom sculpture, small


Availability

1–2 months

Quantity


Material
Walnut
Length
40 cm
Width
10 cm
Height
34-40 cm
Notes
Concealed wall mounting. Flat-pack.

Antrei Hartikainen

Antrei Hartikainen (b. 1991) is a Finnish designer and master cabinetmaker who likes to play and experiment with different possibilities of wood. A son of a carpenter, Hartikainen has spent his whole life working with wood and has a degree in master cabinetmaking. Hartikainen’s Kukkii sculpture series was awarded the Product of the Year 2017 award in the Finnish design gala Muoto, and his Verso salad utensils won the Golden A' Design Award 2017. In 2018, Hartikainen was given the Young Designer of the Year prize awarded by Design Forum Finland.

Antrei Hartikainen's interview >

Antrei Hartikainen (b. 1991) is a Finnish designer and master cabinetmaker who likes to play and experiment with different possibilities of wood. A son of a carpenter, Hartikainen has spent his whole life working with wood and has a degree in master cabinetmaking. Hartikainen’s Kukkii sculpture series was awarded the Product of the Year 2017 award in the Finnish design gala Muoto, and his Verso salad utensils won the Golden A' Design Award 2017. In 2018, Hartikainen was given the Young Designer of the Year prize awarded by Design Forum Finland.

Antrei Hartikainen's interview >

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