Spotti  by Tony Yau and Janne Pärssinen. This is our winning entry to the 2018 Habitare Design competition. The concept is to create a place that allows for free and unrestricted usage. The unconventional shape and material choice make this place inviting for various activities.  learn more

Spotti by Tony Yau and Janne Pärssinen. This is our winning entry to the 2018 Habitare Design competition. The concept is to create a place that allows for free and unrestricted usage. The unconventional shape and material choice make this place inviting for various activities. learn more

  Joy  aims to bring the sense of excitement to urban transportation. It has an unique lean to steer geometry, which creates a fun, cruising type riding experience with a sideways stance. The geometry of the vehicle allows the most simple folding mechanism – just one pivot for both steering and folding. This makes the construction sturdy enough for a stable an reliable ride.  learn more

Joy aims to bring the sense of excitement to urban transportation. It has an unique lean to steer geometry, which creates a fun, cruising type riding experience with a sideways stance. The geometry of the vehicle allows the most simple folding mechanism – just one pivot for both steering and folding. This makes the construction sturdy enough for a stable an reliable ride. learn more

  Kaari  is a variant of the traditional two wheeled ‘Long John’ cargo bicycle, which has a cargo space in the front behind the front wheel. With small changes to the geometry of the bicycle and by using cable steering, I could make the model shorter and nimbler and improve the handling. I tried to make the cargo space as multifunctional as possible. The bike can be loaded in many different ways and various accessories can be designed to make it better suited for specific needs, such as transporting children. The concept was the second winner in a competition for Helkama.  learn more

Kaari is a variant of the traditional two wheeled ‘Long John’ cargo bicycle, which has a cargo space in the front behind the front wheel. With small changes to the geometry of the bicycle and by using cable steering, I could make the model shorter and nimbler and improve the handling. I tried to make the cargo space as multifunctional as possible. The bike can be loaded in many different ways and various accessories can be designed to make it better suited for specific needs, such as transporting children. The concept was the second winner in a competition for Helkama. learn more

  Toisto  is a minimal self standing structure made out of two repeating components. It is modular and expandable to infinity. Initially the project started from a brief to create a spatial divider. The structure has potential to grow into many different kinds of products for homes and public spaces.  learn more

Toisto is a minimal self standing structure made out of two repeating components. It is modular and expandable to infinity. Initially the project started from a brief to create a spatial divider. The structure has potential to grow into many different kinds of products for homes and public spaces. learn more

  Subvoyage  is a conceptual design project done in collaboration with Heikki Konu and Jukka Jokinen. We propose a completely new kind of cruise experience for the people enthusiastic in underwater research.  learn more

Subvoyage is a conceptual design project done in collaboration with Heikki Konu and Jukka Jokinen. We propose a completely new kind of cruise experience for the people enthusiastic in underwater research. learn more

  Kaio  was a project made for an upcoming company with an idea of a smart bright light bulb. The project consisted of branding work in collaboration with Joakim Isoaho and individual work on graphic design and package design.  learn more

Kaio was a project made for an upcoming company with an idea of a smart bright light bulb. The project consisted of branding work in collaboration with Joakim Isoaho and individual work on graphic design and package design. learn more

  Spotti  by Tony Yau and Janne Pärssinen. This is our winning entry to the 2018 Habitare Design competition. The concept is to create a place that allows for free and unrestricted usage. The unconventional shape and material choice make this place inviting for various activities.  learn more
  Joy  aims to bring the sense of excitement to urban transportation. It has an unique lean to steer geometry, which creates a fun, cruising type riding experience with a sideways stance. The geometry of the vehicle allows the most simple folding mechanism – just one pivot for both steering and folding. This makes the construction sturdy enough for a stable an reliable ride.  learn more
  Kaari  is a variant of the traditional two wheeled ‘Long John’ cargo bicycle, which has a cargo space in the front behind the front wheel. With small changes to the geometry of the bicycle and by using cable steering, I could make the model shorter and nimbler and improve the handling. I tried to make the cargo space as multifunctional as possible. The bike can be loaded in many different ways and various accessories can be designed to make it better suited for specific needs, such as transporting children. The concept was the second winner in a competition for Helkama.  learn more
  Toisto  is a minimal self standing structure made out of two repeating components. It is modular and expandable to infinity. Initially the project started from a brief to create a spatial divider. The structure has potential to grow into many different kinds of products for homes and public spaces.  learn more
  Subvoyage  is a conceptual design project done in collaboration with Heikki Konu and Jukka Jokinen. We propose a completely new kind of cruise experience for the people enthusiastic in underwater research.  learn more
  Kaio  was a project made for an upcoming company with an idea of a smart bright light bulb. The project consisted of branding work in collaboration with Joakim Isoaho and individual work on graphic design and package design.  learn more

Spotti by Tony Yau and Janne Pärssinen. This is our winning entry to the 2018 Habitare Design competition. The concept is to create a place that allows for free and unrestricted usage. The unconventional shape and material choice make this place inviting for various activities. learn more

Joy aims to bring the sense of excitement to urban transportation. It has an unique lean to steer geometry, which creates a fun, cruising type riding experience with a sideways stance. The geometry of the vehicle allows the most simple folding mechanism – just one pivot for both steering and folding. This makes the construction sturdy enough for a stable an reliable ride. learn more

Kaari is a variant of the traditional two wheeled ‘Long John’ cargo bicycle, which has a cargo space in the front behind the front wheel. With small changes to the geometry of the bicycle and by using cable steering, I could make the model shorter and nimbler and improve the handling. I tried to make the cargo space as multifunctional as possible. The bike can be loaded in many different ways and various accessories can be designed to make it better suited for specific needs, such as transporting children. The concept was the second winner in a competition for Helkama. learn more

Toisto is a minimal self standing structure made out of two repeating components. It is modular and expandable to infinity. Initially the project started from a brief to create a spatial divider. The structure has potential to grow into many different kinds of products for homes and public spaces. learn more

Subvoyage is a conceptual design project done in collaboration with Heikki Konu and Jukka Jokinen. We propose a completely new kind of cruise experience for the people enthusiastic in underwater research. learn more

Kaio was a project made for an upcoming company with an idea of a smart bright light bulb. The project consisted of branding work in collaboration with Joakim Isoaho and individual work on graphic design and package design. learn more

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