Magisso at 3 Days of design Copenhagen

We’ve run across the globe showcasing our new Magisso products in different trade shows this year. In July, we attended Dwell on Design LA and 3 Days of Design in Copenhagen. The three-day event in Copenhagen was held in the amazing Design Werck – a meeting point and showroom for selected contemporary Danish and Scandinavian design, located near the trendy area of Christiania. We attended this trade show with a group of Finnish design companies representing everything from furniture design to organic farming.

We showcased our Stackable Pino Glass series (awarded with the international GIA award), our naturally cooling Pet Bowls (awarded with the European Product Design Award) and the newest addition to our collection, the Vertigo Fruit Plate.

It was amazing to see both young and established Finnish design companies being featured in Denmark and getting an exclusive opportunity to network in the heart of Nordic design during the three-day trade show. Seeing these upcoming design companies making wonderful products with incredible passion was especially inspiring. What was particularly inspiring was to see these upcoming design companies making wonderful products with incredible passion. Here’s a brief presentation run-down (?) of our fellow Finnish design companies at the 3 Days of Design trade show:

FEATHR is a company creating designer wallpaper and luxury fabrics, with a mission to fill the world with more art and less decoration. Together with a global network of independent artists FEATHR sources, curates & commissions stunning contemporary designs.

Lumokids – beautiful and clever modern kids furniture that grows with your family, made from all natural materials. The pieces are designed with small spaces in mind, different pieces can be stacked on top of each other to keep up with a growing family.

Bonden Living – founded by Kati Heinonen, featuring gorgeous fabrics and soft furnishing sourced from Finnish materials and created according to the principles of sustainability and flexibility.

Plantui: “Keep calm and garden on” – the Plantui philosophy. Plantui has created miniature gardens suitable for every home, so that everyone can have a stylish indoor garden.

Lovi – meaning “a notch” in Finnish – a design company from Northern Finland with products inspired by the Finnish forests. Lovi’s 3D wooden models come flatly packed but, when slotted together with the help of notches, create intricate and playful pieces.

Finarte rugs are sourced and hand-woven from natural and upcycled materials, combining Finnish weaving heritage and local design talent.

Pelago is a bicycle company born out of local cyclists’ needs and demand for new bicycles for daily transport and alternative travel. Pelago bicycles are designed to be ridden through Nordic summer and winter and of such quality, that they’ll still be ridden in 2050.

Myssyfarmi is an award-winning farm and ambitious ecodesign company from Pöytyä in Finland, making a range of knitwear from ties to scarves to signature wool hats.

Gedigo produces handmade high-quality Nordic lifestyle products, from natural materials in Finland, for people on the move. Their leather design products provide a stylish addition to everyday life.

Pisa Design combines traditional crafting methods and materials with modern design and creative concepts. Linen textiles and recycled bags are all designed by the founder Satu Somero.

Lango Home represents the Nordic lifestyle with wool blankets, linen bed linen and other fabrics. The pieces are inspired by the Nordic seasons in the Finnish archipelago and made from natural materials.

NORD-T makes delicious craft tea blends that even hardcore coffee drinkers can appreciate. The tea blends feature flavors inspired by Finnish forests and come packaged in eye-catching packaging.

Secto Design – a company representing the timeless and clear feel of Scandinavian design with their iconic wooden lighting. The Secto Design lamps are born from a genuine need, the innovative use of wood material and skilled craftsmanship.

Aarikka’s hand-made wooden jewelery and home decor products are sure to bring joy to people’s lives through the combination of Scandinavian design, joy and coziness. Made primarily from natural materials, Aarikka strives to promote Finnish handicraft skills by employing local craftspeople.

Teemu Jarvi creates eye-catching wilderness prints inspired by his life-long love of nature. He works with traditional tools such as the reed pen, creating works of art that transport us from our hectic urban existence to the soothing calm of primeval wilderness.

Nikari is a manufacturer of sustainable wooden design furniture of exquisite quality. The wooden pieces of quintessential Scandinavian aesthetic are made from local wood and are inspired by the design heritage that goes back to Alvar Aalto and Kaj Franck.

Kasperi’s classic leather bags and satchels are designed with functionality in mind and to stand up to Finnish weather conditions. Made only from Finnish leathers, the products represent a fresh but timeless Nordic aesthetic.


Magisso’s 23rd International Awards – GIA Finalist 2016

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Magisso’s new White Line Ceramics Carafe was awarded in Global Innovation Awards 2016 at the International Home+House Show in Chicago on March 4th 2016. At the show, Magisso launched the new White Line Cooling Ceramics collection designed by Simon Stevens. From this collection the new Carafe was selected as one of the top 5 GIA finalists.

The Global Innovation Awards is the leading housewares industry awards program, covering the industry as a whole, both retailers and manufacturers / designers worldwide. Magisso has been previously nominated by GIA with the Cake Server and Cooling Ceramics. Magisso is a young star Nordic design brand now with 23 different design awards. 


Magisso Awarded with its 22nd Design Prize

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Magisso became one of the most recognized design companies from the Nordics with now 22 different prizes. On 12th December 2015 it hailed two of the desired GOOD DESIGN awards.  The Good design awarded Magisso designs were the double-ended Citrus Reamer by Simon Stevens and upcoming Oil & Vinegar Bottle concept by German design studio Böttcher Henssler Kayser that will be introduced later in 2016..

GOOD DESIGN is the industry’s most prestigious, and oldest design awards program created in 1950 by architects and designers Eero Saarien, Charles and Ray Eames and Edgar Kaufman, Jr

The full PR newsletter : Magisso GOOD DESIGN 2015 press release