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  1. Falco tinunculus

    photo Teija Isohauta photo Teija Isohauta

    The wing of Windhover 'Falco tinunculus' is source of inspiration for a temporary windsculpture opened in a harbour in Korpilahti at December 6th - Finnish Day of Independence. The sculputure is a result of collaboration of Simo and his brother, conceptual artist Jussi Heikkilä.

  2. Unique Furnitures for Sale

    Some unique pieces for Sale in Höyry Gallery during December 2016.

    There is for ex. a metal divan, bench made of black alder, remix shelf and a recycled low chair, some stools and small items.

    Ask more info; info@emalipuu.fi

  3. By accidence

    photo Teija Isohauta

    'By accidence' is an art action born by accident during last spring by designer Simo Heikkilä together with sculpturer Seppo Uuranmäki.

    'By accidence' is designed to be shown during Jyväskylä City of Light happening 22.9.-1.10.2016 at Korpilahti bay area.
     

  4. Art Coordinator

    Teija has been nominated as an Art Coordinator for new hospital building to be made in Jyväskylä, Central Finland. The project will be finished by 2020.

  5. SHW

     

    'Simo Heikkilä Works' is a book that covers the products of Simo Heikkilä's professional career as a designer. The book also content articles from his track as an  exhibition architect and as a  teacher. 240 pages/ Finnish and English/ isbn 978-952-93-7194-5

  6. Räppänä – Vent

    photo Jaana Kautto/ Ksml archive photo Jaana Kautto/ Ksml archive

    New photos added

    Two brothers, two artists: Both Simo (1943) and Jussi (1952) Heikkilä are origin from Jyväskylä, Finland, and represent Finnish excellence in their own field: one as a designer and the other as a visual artist. Exhibition (3.6.-18.9. 2016 ) was one of the events celebrating the 50-years anniversary of Alvar Aalto Museum and Jyväskylä Art Museum.

    http://www.damnmagazine.net/2016/05/26/50-years-alvar-aalto-museum-jyvaskyla-art-museum/

  7. Maximal - Minimal

    Simo was one of the founder of Jyväskylä based Alvar Aalto Design seminar at 1995. For the future coming August he is the Chair of it again. Find more