Lumoava’s designers include eleven artists whose work beautifully compliments one another’s designs, creating a harmonious product range. Many of our designers also have competence in other industries, and they make use of all their skills in jewellery design. Indeed, you can see architectural elements and references to heraldry in our pieces.
Inni Pärnänen's Curiosity, experimentation and insight produce designs that stand the test of time, and in which stackable, interweaving and functional features support one another.
Eelis Aleksi is a designer whose idea sparked the story of Lumoava. Many all-time favourites in our range, such as Pihla and Warrior, originate from Aleksi’s pen.
Heikki Hartikainen's clean lines and timeless design language are among the key elements of his designs, together with practical aspects.
The jewellery designed by Carina radiate a fairy-tale-like charm, fantasy and romance. She often finds her inspiration from nature and beauty around us.
The jewellery designed by clothing designer Katri Niskanen reflects the sensitivity and clean lines characteristic in her work.
According to Kristian Saarikorpi, only your creativity is the limit when craftsmanship and modern technology unite to create new kinds of jewellery designs.
PauliinaK finds inspiration in beautiful everyday moments. She thinks the most valuable jewels are those which give their carrier strength in different situations of life.
Salla Räsänen draws inspiration for her jewellery designs from heroic tales and love stories and from the ruggedly beautiful Finnish nature. Everything that evokes powerful emotions intrigues and inspires her.
Päivi Keski-Pomppu's jewellery is very graphic and she often perceives jewellery as small sculptures.
The products created by designer and architect Alexa Getting reflect the way she experiences life. In her designs, strength and vulnerability, experimentation and simplicity go hand in hand.
Eero Aarnio is one of the most well-known Finnish furniture designers. As a designer for Lumoava, he has brought some of his old furniture designs back to life as jewellery.