Plastex delight, joy and playfulness will inspire everybody everyday. New, unique ideas help you ease your life with humour. Come, decorate and play with us!
These wonderful famous designers have brought you a whole line of products to your home. Innovative and beautiful objects to decorate your home with. Catch the point of design. Welcome to the family of Plastex designers.
Professor Eero Aarnio is world-famous for his open-minded eagerness to experiment and his enthusiasm for manufacturing plastics. For Plastex he has designed products: Evergreen Watering Cans and Spray Bottles, Doggy and Clothes Hanger.
Designer Kitta Perttula's works have been displayed in Finland, Sweden, Germany, France, Russia, Canada and in many magazines and newspapers. She has worked for Philips, Mercedes-Benz, Nokia, GlaxoSmithKline, Scania, Suunto, Valmet, R rstrand, Orrefors, Ruukki. For Plastex she has designed the Sasa Saddle Bucket.
Interior architect Samuli Naamanka has also studied design in Denmark and physics at the university in Finland. He is innovative and research oriented and interested in finding new design possibilities in materials, especially in natural and biodegradable materials.
Stefan Lindfors graduated as Interior Architect & Furniture Designer from the University of Art and Design Helsinki, in 1988. In 1992 the Finnish-born designer received the largest cultural award in the Nordic countries at the time -the Väinö Tanner Trailblazer Award-, the jury called him a Renaissance Man and the London Times wrote: “Calling Lindfors an Industrial Designer would be like calling a Stravinsky Symphony a nice song.”
I've always been interested in all sort of arts and design. In 2014 I graduated from Mikkeli university of applied sciences as an industrial designer. I'm passionate about all sorts of computer graphics, although my main focus is in modeling (cad/poly), visualization, and sculpting.
Vilja-Valpuri Laxenius graduated from Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences in 2011 and is now working as a freelancer in Helsinki.