- Furniture Design
- Interior Architecture
Studio Finna Creative Oy
Anni Pitkäjärvi is a dynamic problem solver with hands-on approach to various design challenges. She has a master’s degree in furniture and spatial design from Aalto University. She has also graduated as industrial designer. Anni’s signature style in design is clear and reduced but never boring. In her design practice she wants to combine artistic vision and feasibility to mass-production.
“I want to design insightful and emotionally touching objects and furniture without forgetting usability.”
+358-40 57 27 484https://www.studiofinna.com/
Studio Finna Creative Oy
2018 – nykyhetki
Furniture,- Product,- and Interior designer
2011 – 2018
Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Master of Arts, Spatial and Furniture design
2011 – 2019
Karelia University of Applied Sciences
2005 – 2010
Complete your workspace with a perfect desk lamp. Scribe has a sculptural shape with an equally traditional and contemporary expression and elegant details. A desk lamp with great functionality, as the light can be adjusted to fit your needs while working.
O is a pendant lamp made out of thin airplane plywood. Its sophisticated shape reminds of the Finnish lake clams. The lamp shade is made using the best qualities of the material. It creates an interesting shape with minimalistic details. The light source is a big led light bulb.
Hakola beds are a completely new range of products for a Finnish furniture company, Hakola. Hakola is a well-known Finnish family-owned furniture manufacturer that has been operating since 1960´s. The company is previously known especially for their range of upholstery seating and wooden furniture.Nest, Form and Glory product families provide a new take on to sleeping. Bed is no more only some furniture piece for sleeping but rather it stands out and makes you smile. In the new scenario bed just does not blend into a room but becomes a statement furniture piece.We have designed a bed platform that allows for personalization. All families are modular and come with different size options. There are three different size options, two leg and firmness options as well as three different headboard types to choose from. As a customer you can also dress up and personalize the designs by choosing from a wide range of color and textile options. Our ambition with the project was to create “canvases” that can be tweaked, and they still work with a very wide range of color and textile options.“We had an idea of beds that would be hybrids of beds and sofas – you just love them you do not wanna hide them.”NEST bed family is the true hybrid of the characters of a bed and a sofa. It is welcoming and invites everyone to have an amazing rest. Maybe in the boldest visions Nest beds can be brought in the middle of a living room.
Lempi is a small buduoir shelf, which can be placed in a bedroom, bathroom or entrance hall. It can be used to display one’s favourite perfumes and jewelry. The circular frame has been inspired by art deco style and it can be used for hanging clothes, a towel, or maybe a beloved dress to decorate the room. The frame is collapsible
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Pujo product family is designed for the Danish furniture company Ferm Living. Pujo family was designed the hallway functionalities in mind, but the products can be used across the home. The aim of the project was to create a functionally excellent family that has a sculptural and minimalistic look.
Artek tearoom is a new kind of a design fair concept that invites visitors to experience the Artek furniture world by enjoying and relaxing in the space. Restaurant services are combined in the concept to provide a full relaxing experience in the hustle and bustle of the fair. The Artek tea trolley and Kiki furniture were the classics that were lifted in the focus of the space. Traditional Japanese tearoom atmosphere with sliding doors, shifting daylight, dark colors and materiality was the source of inspiration for the spatial concept. Those elements were brought into a completely contemporary context. Spatial height differences are used in the concept to open different perspective into the space.The realization of the exhibition space fair was done in collaboration with different sponsors and partners. Flooring materials were sponsored by Stora Enso and Bolon. Fire proofed fiber textiles were provided by Ahlstrom. Green wall solution and plants were collaborated with Innogreen. Micro cement countertops for the service desk were made by Designbetoni. Ceramic vases were created by ceramist, Saija Halko.Studio Finna created the new fair concept and took care of spatial design as well as project management.
Aarikka’s spring/summer 2017 collection has taken its inspiration from childhood memories at the lakes of Saimaa. The lived experiences in the peninsulas, beaches, and beach cliffs. The memories are drawn to the products by using, soft forms, natural tones, playful shapes, nature motives, natural materials, and colors. The Saimaa range, Aarikka’s stylishly laid-back addition, brings new and interesting shapes and playfulness to sauna spaces with its wall sconces and its towel hooks that resemble fishing floats. This range, designed by Anni Pitkäjärvi, also includes a sauna thermometer, a small and large wall shelf, a towel clip, a small and large vase as well as stylish Saimaa textiles.