September 15, 2016

Asun Magazine X Anna Pirkola | Habitare 2016


It's not new to present different design brands styled together in a box or home setting. I think the work we previously saw Lotta Agaton doing, curating a selection of products in a similair way to show the importance of styling explains why this is a great way to showcase your product as a brand, read it if you haven't seen it yet! 

At the Dutch vtwonen & design fair several Dutch magazine's present their magazine style with a complete home, I love to wander through the homes and discover new design and styling ideas and also at Habitare there was plenty to get inspired. The stand consisting of several boxes where the style of Asun Magazine came alive was probably one of my favourite stands of Habitare 2016, Finland’s leading event for furniture and interior decoration and design. 


All boxes were great but for me one of them really stood out, and I am really happy Anna Pirkola who did the styling sent me some of the pictures they made. The area Anna styled had the Menu daybed I really love... #wishlist material for some time! On the shelves several ceramic, crafted objects, plants and small kitchen objects, a small relaxing area or terrace where you keep your plants, and maybe do some crafting or reading. At the end of the post you can find the names of the brands of all the products you see in the pictures.










These pictures were made at Habitare 2016, Finland’s leading event for furniture and interior decoration and design, find all posts about this annual event under 'habitareand have a look at this Habitare Pinterest album

photography by Katri Kapanen


List of products, thank you Anna ;) 
Black panel wall and wooden curtain: Stark 
Walls and floor: Tikkurila
Outdoor shower: Out Of The Dark
Ceramic key and m´black "popcorn" bowl: Veera Kulju
Wooden spoons: Marie Eklund
Skagerak/Stilleben flower pots: Formverk
Daybed, table light and flower stick: Menu / Finnish Design Shop
Side table and pan: Artek
Black floor light: Lampe Gras Ambienti
Black jug: Anna Pirkola
Leather pillows on the wall: Field Day
Tea pot: théhuone
Stools: Nikari
Wooden pendant: Maija Puoskari
Flow pots: GranitHayInBloom, Ikea
Ceramics: Eeva Takkunen and Raaka-Rå
Ceramic watering pot: Tre
Brass watering jug: Finnish Design Shop
Black wooden container by Menu 
Towel and stone: Kettukarkkishop
Small hooks: Hay / Gulled
Bag: Granit

2 comments:

Bethany said...

Love that place! Tell me though, are those wooden spoons some artefacts or are simply made to look alike?

vosgesparis said...

Hi Bethany
The spoons are by Marie Eklund, find the link to her in the list at the dnd of the post, thanks for your support :)