Protoshop 2019 products

The selected prototypes demonstrate an insightful way of finding new solutions to current issues and the ability to turn an idea into a product that will stand the test of time.

The main partner of the Protoshop exhibition is Glorian Koti.

© Mikko Hannula / Glorian Koti

Elisa Defossez – NUKU

A modular acoustic element that receives its organic, wavy shape as panels are attached to each other.

© Mikko Hannula / Glorian Koti

Anna-Sofia Juntunen – MR

A magazine rack with minimal use of materials and manufacturing stages.

© Mikko Hannula / Glorian Koti

Iina Kettunen – DAWN

A glass curtain-holder that nicely ties back an open curtain.

© Mikko Hannula / Glorian Koti

Helmi Liikanen – HILJA

A versatile woven fabric that works both as a blanket and as an art textile.

© Mikko Hannula / Glorian Koti

Fanni Laukkanen – UUNO

A cafe chair with an integrated storage compartment for personal items.

© Mikko Hannula / Glorian Koti

Tomi Laukkanen – FRIENDS

A set of furniture with a stool and a table, which can also be stacked to form a shelf.

© Mikko Hannula / Glorian Koti

Laura Meriluoto – VARPU (‘Sprig’)

A floor lamp with a light source and a magnifying lens. By adjusting the parts in relation to each other, the lamp provides either general or spot lighting.

© Mikko Hannula / Glorian Koti

Onni-Vilhelm Ojanen – VARJO (‘Shadow’)

A ceiling lamp in which a plant acts as a shade.

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Matilda Palmu – NIGHT FLOWERS

A series of interior textiles inspired by wilting tulips.

© Mikko Hannula / Glorian Koti

Jukka Surakka – MAIDEN

A two-part product including a table lamp and a floor lamp, with curved, freely drawn shapes.