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Anno is an exhibition partner at the Fiskars Village Art & Design Biennale

Anno is an exhibition partner at the Fiskars Village Art & Design Biennale
PHOTO: FISKARS VILLAGE BIENNALE

 

Anno is participating in the House by an Architect exhibition, open until the beginning of September, which is part of the Fiskars Village Art & Design Biennale event. The House by an Architect exhibition consists of tiny houses, whose architectures were designed by seven different architects. The houses’ interior design was curated by Ulla Koskinen, editor of the Asun magazine.

Anno’s interior design products are displayed in two houses of the House by an Architect exhibition: Hammoc designed by AS LL TK architects and Kore by the students of Aalto University Wood Studio. 

From this selection, you can find all the products on display in the Hammoc house

Ulla Koskinen has used our Särkkä shaggy rug as a bed cover, which blends perfectly with the solid log walls of the Hammoc house (photo). The Särkkä shaggy rug is made of unbleached and undyed organic cotton. 

The public also has the opportunity to spend the night in the houses of the House by an Architect exhibition. Overnight guests are provided with Anno’s organic cotton Syli bed linens and Puro waffle towels, which are packed in Anno’s Väljä jute baskets. Further information on overnight stays: Fiskars Air-Onoma

The Fiskars Village Art & Design Biennale, which is organised in a historical ironworks environment in the unique Fiskars Village, addresses current topics in contemporary art, design and architecture, making room for something new and surprising. Its series of exhibitions invites artists, designers, architects, the public and the regional community to participate and encourages open questions, as well as seeks new ideas and experiences in the ever-changing intersections of art and design.

Read more about the Fiskars Village Art & Design Biennale event and purchase tickets

Admission is free with a museum card. 

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