Crimean Pinecone Lamp // Pavel Eekra

 Russian designer Pavel Eekra :
The lamp consists of 56 plates and screws, without an internal skeleton due to rounding forms plaques form gaps through which light passes. 
Boards themselves are also slightly transparent, this creates a particular pattern of light from the outside and downward bright light.

Eero Saarinen // Tulip Armchair

The Tulip chair was designed by Eero Saarinen in 1955 and 1956 for the Knoll company of New York City. It was designed primarily as a chair to match the complementary dining table. The chair has the smooth lines of modernism and was experimental with materials for its time. The chair is considered a classic of industrial design.
The chair is often considered "space age" for its futuristic use of curves and artificial materials. The design was popularized by its use on the original Star Trek television series (1966–69)

Eero Arnio

Ball Chair // 1966

Bubble Chair // 1968

Pastille Chair // 1967

Tomato Chair // 1971

Pony Chair // 1973

Screw Table // 1992

Formula Chair // 1998 

Parabel Table / Focus 2 Chair / Parabel Dining Table // 1994

Tipi // 2002

See HERE for more !

Aulis Blomstedt

Aulis Blomstedt - Composition (1973)

Aulis Blomstedt - Composition (1973)

Aulis Blomstedt - Sommitelma- Komposition.

Perspecta 8 // 1963

Modern Historic - Finnish Institut

As seen in Paris, the finnish institut organized a show-room displaying some works of finnish designers/architects. See HERE.

POHJA Stoll // 1930 // Oiva Kallio

KILPI Chair // 1954 // Kimmo Kaivanto

FENIX Chair // 1976 // Björn Weckström
See the curved acrylic glass supporting the glass top.

CHAMPION // 1970 // Eero Arnio

KVARTTI // 1961 // Aulis Blomstedt 

TS-1 Table // TS-4 Chair // 1970 // Timo Sarpaneva // Works