Martela history

Martela, then called Tehokaluste Oy, was established in 1945. Operations did not begin with production first, as with many competitors. Instead, the company focused on designing products and marketing them to customers. The founders of the company with business degrees were Matti S. Martela, Henrik Virkkunen, Unto Eskola and Jonne Jahnukainen, plus Svante Nurmiranta and interior architect Wladimir Rumjantsew.
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Creating The Best Workplaces Since 1945. #forties #martela #office #desk

Creating The Best Workplaces Since 1945. #forties #martela #office #desk

Creating The Best Workplaces Since 1945. #seventies #prisma #chair #martela #furniture

Creating The Best Workplaces Since 1945. #seventies #prisma #chair #martela #furniture

Creating The Best Workplaces Since 1945. #sixties

Creating The Best Workplaces Since 1945. #sixties

Creating The Best Workplaces Since 1945.

Creating The Best Workplaces Since 1945.

Voitto Haapalainen; Leather abd Steel 'Prisma' Lounge Chair for Tehokaluste Oy, c1970.

Voitto Haapalainen; Leather abd Steel 'Prisma' Lounge Chair for Tehokaluste Oy, c1970.

VOITTO HAAPALAINEN  Prisma chair  Tehokaluste Oy Finland , c. 1970 leather, chrome-plated steel 34.25 w x 35 d x 41 h inches Signed with app...

VOITTO HAAPALAINEN Prisma chair Tehokaluste Oy Finland , c. 1970 leather, chrome-plated steel 34.25 w x 35 d x 41 h inches Signed with app...

Kilta chair design Olli Mannermaa (1955) - on the 1960s at the Milan Design Week

Kilta chair design Olli Mannermaa (1955) - on the 1960s at the Milan Design Week

Flamingo design Stefan Lindfors (In the 1980s)

Flamingo design Stefan Lindfors (In the 1980s)

The design of the Amfi series was inspired by new German and Swiss office furniture with an eye to the Central European markets. Every workstation in the office now required many electrical outlets, yet all the wiring had to be invisible. Design Pekka Toivola (In the 1980s)

The design of the Amfi series was inspired by new German and Swiss office furniture with an eye to the Central European markets. Every workstation in the office now required many electrical outlets, yet all the wiring had to be invisible. Design Pekka Toivola (In the 1980s)

Kilta chair design Olli Mannermaa (1955) - on the 1960s at the Milan Design Week

Kilta chair design Olli Mannermaa (1955) - on the 1960s at the Milan Design Week

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