TRE IS A HELSINKIBORN CONCEPT STORE AND COMMUNITY FOR CURATED DESIGN AND FASHION. WE BELIEVE IN GOOD DESIGN, TRANSPARENCY, AND PEOPLE DOING THINGS TOGETHER. WE STAND FOR NEW LUXURY, HAPPINESS & REALLY GOOD STUFF.
NEW LUXURY — Enjoyment of the best in life: the experience of beauty, knowledge, and humanity at their most inspiring. A sunset, a song, a moment of peace and satisfaction, a perfect cup of tea, a wonderful book or a poignant photograph in a local art gallery. Life must not only be lived; it must be enjoyed.
HAPPINESS — Losing yourself in beauty, stories, people, work, and laughter.
GOOD STUFF — Well-designed, great-looking, sustainable, and ethical products with embedded meaning and inspiring stories. Authentic, aspirational, exclusive, and seamless experiences.
SALLI RAESTE WORDS
GRAPHIC DESIGN TARU HAPPONEN
WHAT WOULD ALVAR, ARMI & KAJ DO? WE NEED STUFF. GOOD STUFF THAT WILL NOT END UP IN THE GARBAGE AFTER A SHORT PERIOD OF USE, WILL PASS FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION, AND HAVE A MEANING. GREAT DESIGN IS NEEDED, BUT HOW CAN WE CALL OURSELVES A DESIGN COUNTRY, WHEN THE DESIGN FIELD IS TAKEN DOWN? The Finnish product design and production is stuck. There are not enough startups in the sector, their growth is slow and their internationalization is modest. Not enough of capital is invested, bold initiatives are seldom taken, and the belief in the future is shaking. Industry education is being greatly reduced and it is difficult to find employment. On the other hand, service design, graphic arts and even fashion are on the rise. And that is a good thing, but it is difficult to understand how product design is not relevant in this day and age when good products and solutions are needed.
We Finns are extremely proud of our design history and nobody can deny its value and impact on Finland’s brand and reputation; it has enabled us to create entire industries and international businesses. We consider that the great people of the past decades are our national heroes and their products are national icons. This is true — the products and their designers have earned their reputation. Today, however, these products do not have the same significance as they did back then: when Marimekko made a statement with new kind of womanhood or when Arabia’s Kilta tableware rejected all the traditions of tableware design. They
are still, of course, great and beautiful products in their own right. But were the colorful patterns and oddly shaped vases the great innovation? Or was the meaning deeper? Was the most important element their ideas and their ability to be relevant in that moment. Alvar Aalto, Armi Ratia and Kaj Frank, with their other contemporaries, brought their ideas into a new paradigm while thinking in a novel way. In addition to ideas, they also had open-minded and daring companies around them, and a series of other visionaries, enabling their ideas to develop into products and successful businesses. For some reason, questioning old ideas is not always encouraged anymore. The sight is often focused in the past and the solutions that were made back then, even though the needs and challenges now are different from 50 years ago. The most important element of the design is not always the form or aesthetics, but innovations and solutions to satisfy a need. In terms of service design that is already a well-understood concept.
“NOW, IF EVER, IT IS TIME FOR PRODUCT DESIGN TO TAKE PART IN SOLVING THE PROBLEMS OF THE WORLD.” At present, many people in Finland design and produce products in an designer-based manner, not problem-solving or customer-based manner. This is fine, but such thinking does not necessarily lead to major breakthroughs or development of a company that is truly internationally competitive. Now, if ever, it is time for product design to take part in solving the
problems of the world, to offer customers alternatives to disposable items and commercialize solutions for technical as well as material innovations. Innovations are created in Finland all the time and we are technically at the top of the world; this is why we should be able to produce new winners and make the world a better place. Things like the ability to take the plunge, courage, risk taking, capital, and cooperation are needed for creating new success stories in addition to wonderful ideas and inventions. Of course, we have some current such examples already: Pure Waste Textiles recycles surplus textile waste without using water to create their products and Hakola Furniture has redesigned its entire business model through product and service design and turned their business around in a very short time. Stunning Nikari makes the most beautiful furnishings in the world and Naava purifies the indoor air around the world using their ”green walls”. Lunette has almost by itself solved the feminine products’ waste problem with their menstrual cup. The list could go on for a long time. However, the design industry in Finland is lagging way behind our neighbors, both in terms of turnover and reputation. Not many Finns can be found on the lists of the world’s most significant contemporary designers and many domestic design companies do not have global significance or do not have the ability to be competitive. Even if they do, many of them have been sold overseas. Even the successful companies are not being invested in enough, one does not even dare to dream about global success or being a market leader. So, what would Alvar, Armi, and Kaj design now in 2017, and who would raise them to the top?
PS. THANK YOU!!
One year is endlessly long, and on the other hand, it is a mere moment — 365 days, 12 months, four seasons, a lot of holidays and events. Sometimes it is stormy, and sometimes the sun shines, both literally and figuratively. Being an entrepreneur is exciting in a sense that you have to believe in your own vision, almost blindly, but at the same time, the uncertainty of survival and continuity is sometimes crushing. For myself, however, it is the only way to live and breathe. Now I am just thankful for everything we have achieved at TRE in a year. Without an unbelievably dedicated and skilled team, great customers, interesting partners, media and other owners, this would not have been possible. Without these people, I would still be alone at home, dreaming. Courageous investors and extensive networks enable rapid international growth — I am now dreaming that at the end of the year TRE has at least doubled its revenue. We will operate globally in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Versatile media is our platform that has a global voice to talk about the things that matter to us: making the world a better place, equality, happiness, fairness, sustainable development, inspiration, good design, and quality.
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PHOTOS WILMA HURSKAINEN TEEMU JÄRVI ILLUSTRATIONS
WORDS VILMA HEIMONEN
FOREST KIT FOR NATURE ENTHUSIASTS New collection of products is every nature enthusiasts must have kit and make also a perfect gift. Järvi is famous for his magnificent nature-themed illustrations, which he paints using ink and reed pen. Illustrations will also be seen in the new products. Järvi spends a lot of time in nature fishing, picking mushrooms,hiking, skiing and canoeing. Inspiration for the new collection came among other things from Japan, where walking in forests is considered to be a preventative form of health care. The atmosphere of the forest has calming and stress relieving effect. “I love to walk in nature, but I think it’s also important to enjoy it in silence: watch, listen, and sense all aspects of nature in peace. I hope that my products will be able to relay this message.”
ARTIST AND DESIGNER TEEMU JÄRVI’S LOVE FOR FORESTS AND NATURE IS REFLECTED IN HIS PRODUCTS. THE BEST IDEAS ARE BORN IN THE WILD. JÄRVI IS NOW EXTENDING
TEEMU JÄRVI’S UTENSIL COLLECTION WILL BE LAUNCHED IN TRE CONCEPT STORE IN AUGUST 2017
HIS PRODUCT RANGE TO HIGH–QUALITY UTENSILS.
Q& A ARKET M W E N AT BY TRE KI HELSIN K N WEE G I S E D
Can design solve problems? Questions, answers, and cool designers at HDW New Market curated by TRE. Kaapelitehdas 2nd floor Tallberginkatu 1 00180 Helsinki Open 11 am — 6 pm
KLAUS HAAPANIEMI GIANTS KLAUS HAAPANIEMI, RENOWNED FOR HIS MAGICAL ART AND DESIGN, WILL EXPAND HIS PRODUCT RANGE TO KIDSWEAR THIS FALL. KLAUS HAAPANIEMI GIANTS OFFERS EVERYDAY CLOTHES FOR BIG ADVENTURES. THE KIDSWEAR COLLECTION HAS BEEN DESIGNED IN COLLABORATION WITH FASHION DESIGNER AND DENIM EXPERT
PHOTOS TRE KLAUS HAAPANIEMI GIANTS WORDS VILMA HEIMONEN
Tiina, tell us about the collection. The collection will highlight KLAUS HAAPANIEMI’s fairy tales and their magical feel. The first drop, called Tale of the Rabbit, includes jeans, a dress, a skirt, sweatshirts and sweatpants, t-shirts, and a beanie, as well as a children’s cotton kimono as a specialty product. Our aim was to make clothes especially for active children, thus the clothes are easy to wear, comfortable, and easy to wash. It’s been important since the beginning to make sure the products are ecologically produced. They are made of GOTS-certified organic cotton and the production process has an Oeko–Tex certificate whenever possible. The jersey products are made in Portugal and jeans in Italy. The price point for these products will be lower than other Klaus Haapaniemi products to make them available to a wider audience. How did this project begin?
TIINA SALMELA. KLAUS HAAPANIEMI GIANTS WILL BE LAUNCHED AT TRE CONCEPT STORE IN SEPTEMBER 2017
I have worked as head designer and senior designer at Diesel, Levi’s, and Lee, and I met Klaus while working at Diesel. I have two little kids, and when I moved back to Finland after 14 years abroad, I felt like I wanted to design kidswear. We decided together with Klaus Haapaniemi and MIA WALLENIUS, the creative director and co-owner of the brand, that we’d create a kidswear collection for Klaus Haapaniemi. We especially wanted to make environmentally-friendly jeans for kids, as the selection of these products seems to be small. The idea is to expand the collection, to which direction will it be taken? The range will be expanded later on to other products, and the collection will include more garments made of woven fabrics, maybe even hats. We’ll offer more festive clothes for Christmas and the summer collection will be out in February—March.
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WILD — FINNISH WILD FOOD BY A MICHELIN STAR CHEF We’re super happy to tell you that WILD, a new wild food and cafe concept, is opening at TRE in August 14th. The mastermind behind this newest addition to Helsinki’s thriving food scene is a Michelin star chef JOUNI TOIVANEN. Toivanen is previously known for his restaurants Luomo, EGG, and Pure Bistro. Ethical and healthy food, especially wild herbs from the Finnish nature, is close to his heart. Toivanen is an expert in fine dining, and now his fresh flavours can be tasted also in delicacies at TRE.
PHOTOS OLLI HÄKKINEN / KOSKI SYVÄRI NIKARI
WORDS SALLI RAESTE
WILD AT TRE CONCEPT STORE OPENING IN AUGUST 2017
NIKARI — 50 YEARS OF AMBITIOUS CRAFTSMANSHIP AND DESIGN The Nikari story that began 50 years ago in the hands of the young cabinet maker KARI VIRTANEN, is now more current than ever. Virtanen’s passion for making innovative yet functional furniture with outstanding finishing in a sustainable way can be seen in Nikari’s products all the way from the 1960’s until this day. In the early years, Virtanen worked with the greatest Finnish architects and designers, such as Alvar Aalto and Kaj Franck. Today Nikari’s modern take on
design can be seen in the company’s production, which has gained international recognition as some of the most beautiful wooden furniture in the world. Nikari’s own workshop is located in the idyllic Fiskars Village, where the knowledge and craftsmanship of the cabinet makers are passed on to the younger generations. Nikari is celebrating its 50th anniversary by publishing a book about the fine woodwork from a Scandinavian
point of view. Founder Kari Virtanen is a forerunner in sustainable craftsmanship techniques, and the know–how of the company and its craftsmen is wrapped together in the book with breathtakingly beautiful pictures. The book will be out this winter.
“EVERY GENERATION SHOULD CREATE ITS OWN STYLE." — KARI VIRTANEN
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Check out Habitare’s versatile programme of speeches, inspiring exhibitions, and thematic areas! Our keynote speakers include the chairman and representative director of MUJI, Masaaki Kanai; the designer Jonathan Olivares; and the architect Harry Charrington. The Japanese lifestyle retailer MUJI makes its first appearance in Finland, and sets up a pop-up shop at Habitare.
MORE INFORMATION AND TICKETS HABITARE.FI
PHOTOS MARTTI JÄRVI / HABITARE SUSANNA BJÖRKLUND
WORDS VILMA HEIMONEN
MORE COLORS, MORE DETAILS, MORE CLASH! SUSANNA BJÖRKLUND, A TREND ANALYST AND JOURNALIST, LEFT MILAN DESIGN WEEK FILLED WITH INSPIRATION. WITH ALL THAT VISUAL FIREWORK IN HER MIND SHE IS CREATING SIGNALS TREND EXHIBITION TO THE HABITARE FAIR TOGETHER WITH HER COLLEGUE SISSE COLLANDER. WE SAT DOWN WITH SUSANNA TO DISCUSS FALL DESIGN TRENDS.
How can you take trends, to your home or add them to your wardrobe without completely changing your style?
In which direction are fashion and interior design trends going? For several years, we have been moving towards a richer and more colorful world, where there is much more detail in design. It is evident, both in interior and fashion design. WE
ARE MOVING AWAY FROM SCANDINAVIAN MINIMALISM,
towards a more personal and conceptual style. The boundary between art and design is blurring, and much more is expected from the field of design, such as CONTENT AND EXPERIENCES.
Which are the main trends for next fall—winter in interiors and fashion? The line between luxury and street fashion blurred a long time ago. Similarly, in interior design new and old, cheap and expensive are being boldly merged. MIXING AND MATCHING multiple colours together is interesting, both in furniture and in fashion. Colour range has become brighter and more intense. Regarding interior design, the importance of flooring is increasing. Floors can be PLAYFUL and also colorful. Lamps also have a large role to play, they are strong design elements. Details in design and structural fabrics play an important role, again that is a step away from minimalism. There is also a “CLASH” trend, where elements that do not match well together are combined, for instance harmonious colors with intense ones. This resembles Japanese aesthetics. In a kimono, there might be plenty of various colours and patterns yet together they suddenly start to look harmonious.
Which social phenomena and megatrends can you see in the fall—winter designs?
clearly an important issue, and it is related to a wider social trend about acceptance and diversity as a counter trend to negativity. Many fashion designers are looking into this. Regarding interiors, it is visible in design with personality, with imperfections and asymmetrical shapes. AGING is also a global megatrend. Older people are being used as models; Calvin Klein has an underwear ad with 73–year–old Lauren Hutton as one of the models. Certain taboos are diminishing, for example when it comes to the sexuality of older people. The question of age is extremely interesting in many ways. With climate change, the importance of SUSTAINABILITY grows every year. People are increasingly paying attention and demanding more responsibility and transparency from companies. SMART HOMES, smart furniture, and even smart wearables are becoming more common. For example, your bedroom can have a motion sensor that automatically just slightly adds light to your room when you get up at night to go to the bathroom. A smart fridge will send a message to you when you run out of milk.
Why should anyone buy a new wardrobe every season or replace the furniture of one´s home? Everything should begin from adding elements that give you pleasure. You should strive to listen to yourself and your own preferences. Whether it is interior or fashion, you can
COMBINE THE OLD WITH THE NEW. For exam-
ple, you can update your home decoration with colors, small objects, cushions or by painting the walls.
What inspires you right now? What has impressed you? I am inspired by individuals with personality and own style. Personality comes through in how people dress and in their home design choices. If someone has combined an element, which clashes with their clothing or interior design, and can still make it work, that is PERSONALITY. Moreover, I am always inspired by colors; the more, the better.
Which color best describes the direction in which we are going? One of the main themes of Signals is ”What color are your glasses?” I want to see the world through happy and intense PINK glasses.
TRE IS COLLABORATING WITH HABITARE FAIR 2017. FIND US AT AHEAD! AREA, BOOTH 6E70
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THERE IS A STRONG COUNTER TREND FOR THE MEGATREND OF DIGITALIZATION. WE INCREASINGLY VALUE OUR OWN TIME, INTUITION AND SOFT VALUES. HAND MADE OBJECTS, TACTILE MATERIALS AND SURFACES INVITE US TO TOUCH.
WHAT COLOR ARE YOUR GLASSES?
ALL OF US HAVE DIFFERENT TASTES AND INTERESTS AND WE ARE SUBJECTIVE IN HOW WE LOOK AT THE WORLD. WE WISH OUR HOMES TO SHOW PERSONALITY AND YET WE WANT TO BELONG. THERE ARE COUNTLESS TRENDS IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY, DO THEY MATTER ANYMORE?
AGING IS A MEGATREND, PEOPLE TURN INVISIBLE WHEN THEY GET OLDER. BUT AESTHETICS AND OWN PERSONALITY ARE STILL IMPORTANT. DOES A HOME REVEAL THE AGE OF THE INHABITANT? WHEN DOES A PIECE OF FURNITURE TURN OLD OR BECOME A CLASSIC?
NOT EVERYONE BELIEVES IN COINCIDENCES, BUT ONE CANNOT CONTROL EVERYTHING EITHER. WHERE DO WE HAPPEN TO BE BORN, WHERE DO WE SETTLE DOWN AND START A HOME? WHAT DO WE HAPPEN TO FIND FROM THE FURNITURE SHOP, FLEA MARKET OR SALE, WHEN WE ARE SHOPPING?
FIND MORE INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS AT TRE JOURNAL!
FAIR 13thâ€”17th Sep 2017
DESIGN AREA OF THE HABITARE
PHOTOS JULIANA HARKKI
WORDS VILMA HEIMONEN
THE HOME IS A HAVEN HAKOLA'S CREATIVE DIRECTOR, ANNALEENA HÄMÄLÄINEN, IS A JACK OF ALL TRADES, WHO ENJOYS FAMILY LIFE AND THE COMPANY OF FRIENDS. HER HOME HAS A COZY AND RELAXED ATMOSPHERE, WHICH LURES FRIENDS TO VISIT. WE POPPED BY FOR AN APPLE–GINGER ALE DRINK.
Annaleena lives in Espoo with her husband Tuomas and their children Elmeri and Nooa. The house, designed by architect Osmo Lappo in 1963, has spacious windows that open to a beautiful landscape of pine trees.
The big table in the living room is Hakolaâ€™s production. The table is made from a whole trunk, which makes each and every table unique.
How do you spend your time at home? We spend a lot of time at home because we have small children. We rarely go elsewhere other than to work. When our friends visit, we take a bath in our wood-heated sauna, and barbeque on the terrace. On weekends, we usually have someone staying overnight. I also work from home, usually in the living room at our long dining table. What does your role involve at Hakola? Do you also design products? My job profile is extensive. I am responsible for collections, new products, the visual appearance of catalogues and brochures, and marketing. Hakola is a family business, so we do pretty much everything by ourselves. Me and my father design the sofas together, and then he makes the prototypes. It is nice to work with my father. Sofas have so many small technical details that one needs to take into account, there are not too many people in Finland with the knowledge of how to design them. We have the skills needed, and our collaboration works well. What do you expect from your home? The home must be one where you enjoy yourself and want to be, a kind of haven. My work is really hectic, so it’s nice to be able to balance that. The best thing about our home is seeing the landscape and how it changes over the seasons. In the winter the blue hour of the day is magical and during the summer you really see the nature come alive. The shifts in
light, day and night, have been considered when designing the layout of the house: the bedroom windows face north and the living room windows face south. The open kitchen is atypical for a 1960’s house, but it works well here. We have maintained the house in its original condition, including the stunning wooden spiral staircase and cabinets from the 1960's. The floor has been replaced and the kitchen was renovated in the late 1980's. Materials and designs were chosen well at the time, because they are timeless. The best part about the house when we bought it was that it was good as it was. How would you describe your own interior decor? Cozy. For me it is important that a home is comfortable, I hate cold and clinical interior. My home has a lot of genuine materials, such as wool, wood and bricks. Where do you find your influences for decorating?
and chairs are from my parents. The furniture in our son Elmeri's room was mine when I was a kid. Do you buy products from other Finnish brands? Yes. However, Finnishness is not the most important aspect. I buy highquality products that are intended to last forever. What is your dream home like? What are you aiming for? In a sense, this is it. I am a fan of 60’s style, wood surfaces and red brick. We love how the old pine trees surround us, we feel like living in a nest. Nature is very close here, and Helsinki is just a short drive away. We stayed for 10 years in Punavuori and kept wondering if we were brave enough to go further. But when you have kids, you no longer have that much use for the services in the city center. We also feared that our friends would never come to visit us, but they visit us very often. There’s almost a queue.
Actually from all around, for example Instagram. I get ideas for color combinations from nature, art or old books. I am also interested in 1960's modernism. Where do you find your furniture and other decoration? We have a lot of products from our own company. Because I design all Hakola sofas, the products are often tested at our home. In addition, I find stuff from flea markets and buy used products, especially lamps. Additionally, part of the furniture has been inherited, for example the dining table
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Helsinki-born concept store TRE celebrates its 1st anniversary! We are all about happiness, new luxury, and really good stuff. Take a look a...
Published on Aug 8, 2017
Helsinki-born concept store TRE celebrates its 1st anniversary! We are all about happiness, new luxury, and really good stuff. Take a look a...