Inspired by the color wheel, the interior design firm Silvola & Seppänen reimagined the art and design department of the University of Lapland to be spacious and open that features a spacious common area connecting all the activities from the art library to a virtual studio. This was achieved by dividing the space into four zones, each distinguished by a different color and function.
The red area acts as a lounge and features a variety of seating that includes Kiki benches by Ilmari Tapiovaara and Muuto couches. Stool 60 by Artek surrounds Keel Coffee tables designed by New Works. The woven vinyl flooring throughout each section is by Bolon.
In the green area, lounge chairs designed by Yrjö Kukkapuro make for a comfy place to relax or study.
The yellow area features a cafe with wooden Vitra chairs around tables by .TEBIAN.
Bar-height furniture invites students and guests to eat as well as work in the blue area. The entire area is connected when viewed from above.