Vase for dead Flower, Glass, 2016
Picture by Antti Ahtiluoto, Glass Blowing by Kazushi Nakada
Ceramic and 3d printed Ceramic, 2016,
Picture from Chikako Harada,
Wooden Lid by Arto Sillanpää.
The series of vases are going to be showed in Ceramic and Its Dimension: Shaping the future exhibition through out Europe.
The exhibition starts in November 2016 in Fiskars/Finland and continues its journey to Selb/Germany, Dublin/Ireland, Stoke– on–Trent/England, Berlin/Germany, Ljubljana/Slovenia and finally in 2018 to Prague/Czech Republic.
Tangent, engagement ring
Concept and Design by Monica Romagnoli
Metalwork by Soili Rautanen
Picture by Antti Ahtiluoto
nakuna exhibition at milan design week 2017, 100 years of finland by Aalto Univerisity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ohr3rBk8t0
The Sauna is located in the heart of London on the rooftop of Queen Elisabeth Hall at Southbank Centre by the thames river.
Combining beautiful Nordic design with a bespoke artistic commission, the Finnish Rooftop Sauna is a striking collaboration with Aalto University (Helsinki) MA students: Pedro Pablo Garcia Alcazar, Markus Holste, Monica Romagnoli and Miki Sordi, and Finnish sculpture Jaakko Pernu.
The Finnish Rooftop Sauna is a building for a sensorial and spiritual experience of transparency and light in the city. Like a lantern it glows at night, brights up the dark winter days and nights, becoming an ephemeral landmark for a lapse of time. Visitors immerse themselves and their senses in the sequences of spaces to experience different conditions of light and materiality before reaching out to the view and meet the busy city again from another perspective.