Taika Sato launch
Abundant harvest of imagination
Winter campaign for Réel Mall, Shanghai until January 15th 2024
Exhibition in Borås Textile Museum until august 2024
Baroque sculpture in mouth blown glass
by Klaus Haapaniemi
Museum of Visual Arts
Lahden visuaalisten taiteiden museo
Malva, 3.3.– 3.9.2023
Más allá de lo salvaje
Klaus Haapaniemi & Co. exhibition at Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas, Madrid
on view 27.10.2022 - 29.1.23
Taika 15 years
Anniversary mug for Iittala
Klaus weinstuben at Lonna Island
Deliciously fun summer shop and wine bar delighted the visitors at Lonna Island for the summer 2022
Beyond the Wilderness
Exhibition at Felleshus, Nordic Embassies in Berlin, 1.7. - 25.9.22
Klaus Haapaniemi x Reima
Childhood wonder and adventure into microcosmos of a meadow.
Godiva 50th anniversary
We collaborated with Godiva, Japan on their 50th anniversary, creating a special gift box for Valentine's Day this year.
Prestigious shopping malls Grand Gateway 66 in Shanghai were turned into nordic forest fantasyland.
Vogue Scandinavia visits Klaus
Inaugural issue of Vogue Scandinavia featured Klaus' Finnish home
Interior installation at Salon Dahlmann
Klaus Haapaniemi & Co. has created unique installation of soft furnishing, that expands from guest bedroom to dining room and music room.
Exhibition in Studio 4 Berlin
6 November — 19 December 2020
curated by Mia Wallenius & Anne Schwarz
Astral Sea at Ginza Six
The Astral Sea whales have been transformed to 15m long to the traditional illuminated nebuta floats made of bamboo and steel frame and covered in washi paper.
Tigerwoods in Hotel St. George
Klaus Haapaniemi has created a large scale custom mural exclusively for the St George Hotel in Helsinki.
Klaus Haapaniemi x west elmRead More1.9.2017
Rich in both character and narrative, the Polar Byzantine collection by Klaus Haapaniemi & Co. presents the art of storytelling through a series of beautifully crafted scarves.
Crane TV visits Cunning Little Vixen Set
'The visual concept opened to me as a ballroom like ensemble which would feel like a forest. To follow this it felt natural to visualise the costume design as clothing with references to history of fashion, not a specific time or style but a combination of many. '