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The magnificent acoustics of the main hall of the Lahti Sibelius Hall are world-famous, which was also carefully guarded when deciding on new seats. Hamari was already received praise for the sample chair, and the delivery, which was completed at the end of the summer, was a great success. The new seats are similar to the previous ones in terms of acoustic features and appearance, but ergonomically and technically updated.
With the Fennia Prize Honourable Mention awarded Mono chair by HAMARI is shown in Design Forum Finland Awards exhibition. The exhibition brings together Design Forum Finland’s design prizes Fennia Prize, Kaj Franck Design Prize, Young Designer of the Year prize and Estlander Prize. The Fennia Prize competition awards companies and organisations that use design strategically in their business operations.
Press release May 11th 2020
The Mono auditorium chair, a product of HAMARI auditorium furniture solutions Oy, has been awarded with an Honourable Mention in the respected Fennia Prize design competition. The chair was first introduced to the public at the Habitare Fair in the fall of 2019. Internationally, Mono was presented at the Stockholm Furniture Fair in February 2020.
Mono chair is designed by interior designer Philip Kronqvist.
Hamari successfully presented the Mono chair at the Stockholm Furniture Fair in February 2020. The feedback of the new auditorium chair was enthusiastic and encouraging.
HAMARI presents a new auditorium chair model MONO at the Habitare Furniture Fair in Helsinki on 11.-13.9.
Mono chair takes up little space but meets all the requirements of a good auditorium chair in terms of appearance, ergonomics and functionality. When closed, the chair is only 12 cm deep and forms a
graphic, almost sculptural shape. Unique lever mechanism for seat and the armrests makes them rise synchronously by one movement.
Mono complies a wide range of needs.
Hamari has been awarded The Design from Finland mark and the Key flag symbol in recognition of a product made in Finland.
The DFF mark can be awarded for a product, product group or service that strongly represents Finnish design competence and tells that the company has invested in professional design. User-centered design which is substantial part of Hamari’s products, is also a main criteria for getting the award.
The Key Flag is a sign of Finnish work.
HAMARI's new website was published during Helsinki Design Week in September.
HAMARI products are now not only in ArchiExpo, the online architecture and design exhibition but also in Architonic, the platform for architecture and design.
Hamari team visited Salone del Mobile in Milan.
Turku City Theatre was tested by Hamari team. The entertaining play was a new version of Aleksis Kivi's classic 7 Brothers. The team found the seats nice and comfortable.
Hamari visited the fair in Stockholm, got many new contacts and saw the old friends.
Hamari has been busy like Santa before Christmas
New auditorium seats to Helsinki, Tornio, Oulu, Joensuu and Horsens.
Year 2018 will start as busy as 2017 ends!
Now it is moment to rest with family and load batteries for next year.
New Slim chair was launched 17.11.2017 with happy people, delicious food á la Zum Beispiel and good music by Groovy Peppers and Ylva Haru.
Turun Kaupunginteatterin mittavan peruskorjauksen yhteydessä uusittiin täysin myös salin istuimet. Koska kyseessä oli historiallinen ja suojeltava kohde, oli yhteiskumppaneiden valinnassa oltava tavallistakin tarkempi. Skanska Talonrakennus Oy:n Aluehankintapäällikkö Kalle Saarela kertoi tuolien hankintaprosessista: ”Prosessi oli pitkä.
Hamari was chosen to the Kasvu Open final from among 450 companies all over Finland.
Kasvu Open is the largest project for sparring to grow companies with growth experts in Finland. Throughout the competition every company has an opportunity to present own growth plan to a great number of experts. As a result, companies have a clarified growth plan, enlarged network of the best possible growth venture experts and investors in the country.
Harry Grönmark starts as a technical designer in Hamari. Harry joined Hamari team 12.6.2017 and makes projects and product development with Ville-Pekka Into.
Our carpenter Vesa Muunoja gets 30 year of service in private companies in May.
Hamari congratulates and wishes the same spirit for next 30 years!
More pics in Gallery.
Kulttuurisalin nykyaikaistaminen onnistui yli odotusten
Vantaan Kulttuuritalo Martinuksen konserttisalin perusparannusprojekti ei ollut aivan niitä tavanomaisimpia. Tavoitteet oli asetettu korkealle monella eri mittarilla, ja julkisena kohteena budjetti ja laatuvaatimukset asettivat projektille lisähaasteita.
The company has already 20 years experience with auditorium seats, last two years with the name Hamari.
The history of auditorium seats started in P.O. Korhonen Oy on 1996 and continued in Martela Oyj. December 2014 Hamari auditorium furniture solutions Oy was founded and it bought all rights for the whole auditorium collection.
Now you can find all the references from past 20 years.
Marketing student Tomas Kukla is working as a trainee in Hamari in November.
Another trainee, Kaspian from the local junior high school, will be familiarized with 3D modeling and working life in Hamari for two weeks.
In autumn Hamari has been busy with Primo auditorium deliveries, three to Lund Tekniska Högskolan and one to Kunskapsskolan Varberg in Sweden.
There has also been deliveries to Vodafone in Netherlands and Vives University College in Belgium.
In Finland Hamari has delivered ia Medibothnia Campus auditorium with Primo chairs in Vaasa.