History of architecture in Finland is significant by many amazing churches and chapels. We have visited one of the latest adventures in Finnish sacral architecture.

Kamppi chapel of Silence by Finnish practice K2S architects situated in the center of Helsinki is the wooden sculptural mastepiece. Windowless facade made out of solid wood and glass and concrete entrance corridor create together spiritual space in the heart of busy Scandinavian metropolis. Inside, the round main space with the ceiling windows is warm and silent. Custom made furniture from the same wood is also included.








There are some pictures from our installation of Light Sculptures exhibition during very nice event Dizajnvíkend in Bratislava.

Thanks to Andrea and Lubica and others for very nice collaboration and invitation!








There are some pictures from our installation of Light Sculptures exhibition during very nice event Dizajnvíkend in Bratislava.

Thanks to Andrea and Lubica and others for very nice collaboration and invitation!

Fanny Dora, Daedaleas, 2011
Fanny Dora, Daedaleas, 2011
Charlotte Talbot, Void boxes, 2009
Charlotte Talbot, Void boxes, 2009
Lucio Del Pezzo, Arc-en-Ciel bookends, pair Plura Edizioni Italy, 1970
Lucio Del Pezzo, Arc-en-Ciel bookends, pair Plura Edizioni Italy, 1970

There is a small selection of objects using mirror as a decorative and optical illusion feature.


Fanny Dora, Daedaleas, 2011
Fanny Dora, Daedaleas, 2011
Charlotte Talbot, Void boxes, 2009
Charlotte Talbot, Void boxes, 2009
Lucio Del Pezzo, Arc-en-Ciel bookends, pair Plura Edizioni Italy, 1970
Lucio Del Pezzo, Arc-en-Ciel bookends, pair Plura Edizioni Italy, 1970

There is a small selection of objects using mirror as a decorative and optical illusion feature.








Best show at Helsinki World Design Capital was presentation of the Vienna Design week called Werkstadt Vienna for us. Via great installation of Studio Makkink & Bey and some of the exciting projects originated in Vienna during the Passionswege project, the exhibition has presented unique creative approach of Vienna Design Week.

The show curated by Berlin-based Sophie Lovell was completed with these newspapers with very nice bold graphics and many great informations. Wonderful illustrations of the traditional Viennese workshops and manufactures participating every year in Passionswege project are also included.








Best show at Helsinki World Design Capital was presentation of the Vienna Design week called Werkstadt Vienna for us. Via great installation of Studio Makkink & Bey and some of the exciting projects originated in Vienna during the Passionswege project, the exhibition has presented unique creative approach of Vienna Design Week.

The show curated by Berlin-based Sophie Lovell was completed with these newspapers with very nice bold graphics and many great informations. Wonderful illustrations of the traditional Viennese workshops and manufactures participating every year in Passionswege project are also included.





Our exhibition The Mirror has ended tomorrow, but we are continuing with the presentation of some participating projects. This time with the minimalist steel Anguli mirror by Romain Lagrange.

"Look and look at everything. A single reflecting surface can stand just in front of the subject. In this case, we cover the three dimensions and provide a complete view of a subject in a 360°. This perception without masked area generates a kind of vertigo, like the reality of things in a quick look blurs the understanding tracks," says Romain.

Thanks Romain for his great contribution!





Our exhibition The Mirror has ended tomorrow, but we are continuing with the presentation of some participating projects. This time with the minimalist steel Anguli mirror by Romain Lagrange.

"Look and look at everything. A single reflecting surface can stand just in front of the subject. In this case, we cover the three dimensions and provide a complete view of a subject in a 360°. This perception without masked area generates a kind of vertigo, like the reality of things in a quick look blurs the understanding tracks," says Romain.

Thanks Romain for his great contribution!



This simple sketch refers to the family of Obsidian objects designed for our exhibition by our designer friend Jacques-Elie Ribeyron.

He designed minimalist yet emotional objects which represents micro table architecture inspired by modernism as well as postmodernism.

"Obsidian is a volcanic stone that have been used for ages by different communities for it's reflective properties. The project features a mirror, a necklace hanger and a jewelry box directly cut from obsidian blocks. Every object is has a static foot and a mobile part which can be taken in the hand for it's specific use. Handmade manufacturing has been accomplished by Société Cub Ar in Armenia."