Kukka – Blocks and Balata Ruler

8 November 2012

Kukka is a design house with a sustainable and cultural ethos, who put importance on  craftsmanship, aesthetics, and functionality. They create products that are inspired by everyday life, and feature geometrical shapes composed of minimal materials.

Their products are sold through shops worldwide including la Rinacenta in Milan, Museum of Architecture, Stockholm. Their products received worldwide coverage from Wallpaper (UK) to Interni (Italy).

The Kukka stand at DesignJunction, 2012

The Blocks collection, was inspired by playing with children’s wooden blocks, shown in the simplicity of the design. The design is made from unfinished beech, meaning that the wood darkens over time, creating a unique look.

Blocks by Kukka

See the Blocks Collection by Kukka

Kukka’s Balata Ruler

This week, the Balata Ruler by Kukka will be going on promotion. Kukka has drawn from her Israeli roots with the Balata Ruler- the word “Balata” means floor tile in Hebrew. The ruler is made from reclaimed stone paving sourced from a local workshop meaning that as well as being environmentally friendly, the colour collection varies and changes from one stock to the other, giving the rulers a unique look.

See the Balata Ruler 

” Best for… modern minimalist desk accessories” Sunday Mirror

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