Estonian design at the 3daysofdesign festival

Thursday 16.09.2021 to Saturday 18.09.2021

Tallinn Design House displays an exhibition “Shifting Shapes” at the Embassy of Estonia. It is a quest for intriguing colour and form dialogues and the essence of Estonian design values, intertwining playful expression and design brands.

The exhibition concept is designed by Kristel Laurits – an Estonian concept and interior designer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. A colourful adventure of “Shifting Shapes” presents emerging and established furniture and lighting companies from Estonia – providing a high quality and aesthetic range of design items in a transformed and beautiful setting of The Embassy of Estonia. The exhibition showcases furniture and luminaires for both private and public use from six Estonian brands – 4room, Kaissu, Oot-Oot, Pulo, SortAider and WOH.



4ROOM is an Estonian brand which designs and produces lights for both the private and public sector.

4ROOM offers unique and functional pieces which are inspired by life and nature. Brought to life in 2002, the brand carries the knowhow and skills of its predecessor Estoplast founded in 1959. 4ROOM creates lamps that last and is using carefully selected high-quality natural materials.

Designer Tarmo Luisk values unique and soulful design. The products are created by a team of passionate craftsmen in a luminaire factory 20 km from Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.



Kaissu is a Estonian premium furniture brand. Minimalist in its true nature.

Slim shapes, fine lines and high quality natural materials define Kaissu’s design the most. Traditional furniture pieces find new expression in the unique form of Kaissu.

Products manufactured in small volumes are unique. Using mostly natural wood, every item is one of a kind and has its own story to tell as a result of how the nature designed the wood over time.

Kaissu is responsible and respectful by valuing slow consumption, durability, and ecologically responsible manufacturing. For each piece of oak furniture purchased Kaissu plants a broadleaf tree.



OOT-OOT Studio is an Estonian furniture manufacturer that values quality and durability.

Nordic sense of style and clean forms are the keywords that characterise the Oot-Oot Studio furniture. The brand focuses on living room furniture, however in addition to sofas and armchairs their product range also includes beds and ottomans.

The furniture company is created by designers Marko Ala and Joonas Torim who believe that good design is high-quality and durable. Their philosophy is sustainability through durability at a reasonable price.



PULO is an up-and-coming Estonian brand which designs and produces light fixtures and furnishing details that are crafted of the residues from the wood industry.

PULO believes that sustainability is a must and contributes to reducing waste and clutter by using only recycled oak and energy efficient LED bulbs in its production.

The designers Katrin Girin and Liis Tippel Pulo are passionate about minimalism and human-centric interiors. Their designs are functional and cosy, with a touch of hygge in their atmosphere.

All the products are created in their boutique workshop in Estonia.



Sortaider offers ideal all-inclusive and sustainable recycling solutions made of natural material that looks aesthetic and is well-suited for indoor use.

Sortaider’s recycling solutions are functional and practical. Thanks to their tasteful Nordic style the products function rather as elements that are integrated in the interior design of homes and offices. Their premium quality products are made of waterproof birch plywood and one of them – Container – was awarded the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2021

Designer Johannes Maltis feels passionate about contributing to the global need for an environmentally sounder lifestyle and tackles the issue by offering a stylish way to recycle.



WOH designs furniture and home accessories intended to strike a balance between functionality, pure Nordic aesthetic and sustainability.

WOH is looking for beauty in simplicity and constantly aiming to provide ease to our daily lives. Their belief is that discrete and practical objects build a good atmosphere. Embracing and employing traditional craft techniques alongside with unconventional solutions and new technologies result in objects providing any modern space with a homely feeling of warmth.

WOH was founded in Tallinn by Margot Vaaderpass and the WOH Studio operates since 2020.


Our showroom is open at the Embassy of the Republic of Estonia

Frederiksgade 19, 4th floor, Copenhagen, Denmark

Thursday 10-18

Friday 10-18

Saturday 10-14


Thursday 16.09.2021 to Saturday 18.09.2021