Mika Tolvanen Nordic Furniture Designer
MIKA TOLVANEN belongs to the Finnish Rehti Design team. After graduating from the Royal College of Art with a Master in design in 2001, Mika established his very own style workplace in Helsinki. He has because collaborated with a few of the globe's leading designers and suppliers.MIKA TOLVANEN ON HIS STYLE IDEOLOGYThe goal is not just to layout items yet instead search for events that need layout. Just what actually determines objects is exactly how we utilize them not exactly what they appear to be. Layout ought to not be the one that calls for interest by being special.MIKA TOLVANEN ON NEW NORDIC DESIGNThe means of doing layout is constantly quite individual for each designer. The way we dwell up right here has actually penetrated our lives and the means we create.Muuto styles by Mika Tolvanen:.Visu Chair - Wood base.Visu Chair - Wire base.Hideaway.Visu Easy chair.Restore basket. Koho - Outdoor lamp, rechargeable and portable. Cover in polycarbonate available in three various shades: gray, blue and yellow. Physical body in milk white opaline polyethylene. Touch button. Battery freedom of concerning 7 hrs, after which the lamp starts to blink every 15 seconds to indicate reduced battery.He was birthed in Lieksa, Finland in 1975. His center is in Helsinki, in an aged cafe in the Töölö district.The Mika Tolvanen Studio makes illumination, furniture and customer items. This is exactly how Mika describes his jobs: "My designs are function-oriented. I do not have a conviction, yet I believe that good layout stems from understanding of materials and a desire to improve just how they function.MIKA TOLVANEN is part of the Finnish Rehti Layout team. After finishing from the Royal College of Art with a Master in style in 2001, Mika established his very own design office in Helsinki. The goal is not just to style serums but rather look for events that require layout. The method of doing style is consistently quite individual for each designer. I do not have a conviction, but I think that excellent layout stems from comprehension of materials and a wish to improve how they function.