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Nature as part of the interior

Nature as part of the interior

Whether a single art print or a work designed specifically for the space, nature art creates a calming atmosphere in hotels, restaurants and offices.

Restaurant Nokka, Helsinki

Teemu Järvi’s timeless black and white pictures adapt well to many spaces and styles. Sometimes Järvi’s art is integrated in the design of public spaces from the very start of the process.

This is not surprising since Järvi is an interior architect by training. He designed interiors for 15 years before becoming an artist. His experience and artistic vision help to identify how the art would work best in each interior.

Docrates Cancer Center, Helsinki. Interior design by Kohina

I love to create strong atmospheres with a feel of nature and use large works as part of the interior space, says Järvi.

The Finnish Forest Museum Lusto Restaurant, Punkaharju, Finland
Zermatt Ski Chalet Office, Switzerland. Interior design by Quattro Interiors

Järvi enjoys working with architects and designers.

In cooperation with these other professionals my artworks and the atmosphere they convey can be fully integrated in the architecture of the space.

Cafe Tapio, Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, Interior design by Maria Husell

In addition to framed art, it is possible to use large, customized works made of varied materials. Images can also be integrated directly into interiors, for example by printing directly onto walls or textiles.

Modern Swiss Chalet, Switzerland. Interior design by Bonjour Verbier

You can experience Järvi’s art at restaurants Nokka and Lusto, Docrates Cancer Center, Rapala VMC headquarters and Uggo resorts in Finland, and Zermatt Ski Chalet office and Hotel Mountain Paradise in Switzerland.

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Rapala VMC headquarters, Helsinki. Interior design by Teemu Järvi & Studio Ripatti
Spatial artwork of 3000 Rapala lures
Rapala VMC headquarters, Helsinki

Uggo resort, Hyrynsalmi, Finland. Interior design by Jenni Paakkari
Private residence, Helsinki. Styling Jenni Juurinen