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MUUTO: Design Mika Tolvanen

Product Information

Chair.

The VISU wood base chair is an ergonomic and functional chair with a  timeless and recognizable profile. Formpressed veneer wood gives the shell of the chair its characteristic shape  and creates visible lines and patterns in the surface that complement the design. The details and shapes of the wooden legs create an illusion of the chair floating elegantly over the floor.

The VISU sled base chair is an ergonomic and functional chair with a timeless and recognisable profile. Formpressed veneer wood gives the shell of the chair its characteristic shape and creates visible lines and patterns in the surface that complement the design. This stackable VISU chair is ideal for private or professional interiors and comes in a range of colors and upholsteries.

For further information please Contact Estilo Commercial.

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PDF: Visu Product Specification Sheet

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Design: Mika Tolvanen

Studio Tolvanen is the product design studio of Mika & Julie Tolvanen. Mika is a Finnish designer who started his own practice after graduating from Royal College of Art in 2001 and Julie is an American designer who spent 10 years as a woodworker before moving to Finland in 2009 to get a master’s degree in furniture design. Studio Tolvanen was founded in 2015, designing products for residential and contract use from their studio and workshop on the island of Lauttasaari in Helsinki.

On Their Design Objective
“The objective is not only to design products, but rather to look at occasions we need to design for. What really defines objects is how we use them, not what they appear to be. Design should never be the aspect that makes too much noise.”

On Scandinavian Design
“The way of approaching design is always very personal to each individual designer. The way we dwell here in Finland has permeated our lives and the way we design. Scandinavian design has always been here and there have been no gaps between periods. Only the means of manufacturing have evolved, making new design more exciting.”

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