I’ve long admired the style and sensibility of Finnish interior architect and designer Joanna Laajisto. In her previous work for venues such as Le’Roy and Story, Joanna deftly balances the function and aesthetic of a space while imbuing a sense of her own assured style.
Recently Joanna has turned her eye to homes with this residential project for a summer home in the city of Karjalohja, Finland. Choosing refined materials and modest, elegant furnishings, the resulting design is a discerning home for the modern Nordic audience.
Joanna’s philosophy is “to not clutter this world with unnecessary things” (something I couldn’t agree with more) and she certainly achieves that through her design practice. Working with a neutral colour palette and favouring natural materials such as oak and stone, the interior architecture highlights the simple beauty of the apartment, complemented with carefully selected furniture additions throughout.
Joanna Laajisto has been designated Interior Architect of the year 2018 by The Finnish Association of Interior Architects. At Studio Joanna Laajisto, they believe that a well designed project is the best form of sustainability and that outstanding results they created together with clients who share their passion for quality and beauty.
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