Monday, 5 May 2008

kaj franck

Finnish design is sometimes slightly overlooked as it perhaps doesn't fit neatly into the Scandinavian design box.
However, the tradition of creating beautifully designed objects for everyday use is very Scandinavian and is what is so appealing about Finnish design. It's not necessary to spend a fortune. Everyday furniture and household items which are robust and sturdy, yet beautiful to look at and functional to use, t
his is what's impressive about design from Finland.
Kaj Franck is a great example. These glasses were designed for littala and can be found in Finnish department stores and even in many supermarkets. You can collect one colour or collect them all!

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