Hanni Koroma

Hanni Koroma is an award-winning Finnish interior architect and furniture designer. Koroma has designed over a hundred private homes and public spaces both in Finland and abroad. In her work, Koroma combines functionality and aesthetics into timeless entities where her philosophic values in sustainable and playful design meet. Her furniture designs capture the essence of functional design whilst remaining true to Koroma’s artistic values.

Hanni Koroma

Hanni Koroma is an award-winning Finnish interior architect and furniture designer. Koroma has designed over a hundred private homes and public spaces both in Finland and abroad. In her work, Koroma combines functionality and aesthetics into timeless entities where her philosophic values in sustainable and playful design meet. Her furniture designs capture the essence of functional design whilst remaining true to Koroma’s artistic values.

Koroma says that space is like a poem that evolves constantly. She emphasises that her designs are always a part of something larger, and in dialogue with contemporary culture. In 2017, Koroma celebrated her 20 year work anniversary. To honour the event, she designed the AVATA cabinet. The cabinet is a playful combination of functionality and mysterious doors and lockers.

“It is time to yet again open new doors, as well as eyes and thoughts.”

Hanni Koroma’s Work

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