Elena Kihlman, is a Finnish designer of Russian origin, designs and produces with her own brand, textiles for home furnishings and fashion accessories, Graduated from the University of Industrial Arts in Helsinki (UIAH) with a Master of Arts (MA) in Fashion and Textile Design in 2002.
After graduating he founded his own design and manufacturing studio in Helsinki, where he designed leather clothing and bags for several Finnish companies.
DDal 2005 si trasferisce a Roma e nel cuore del rione Monti, a due passi dal Colosseo nasce lo Showroom Elena Kihlman.
In the heart of the Monti district, a stone's throw from the Colosseum, the Elena Kihlman Showroom is born. His Showroom hosts his entire personal collection of home furnishings and fashion accessories. It is possible to find a wide range of interior design items and a selection of accessories for a unique and refined lifestyle
Here you can find not only Elena Kihlman creations, but also intriguing proposals from the best designers of Northern Europe.
The showroom is also a meeting point for professionals and non-professionals, for all those who love design and the Nordic one in particular.
Elena was born in Russia, studied and worked in Finland and now lives in Rome. His creative work is based on and enriched by these three cultures.
With his work he creates a modern vision of the house, where atmosphere, harmony and well-being are important elements, in addition to functionality by combining the old and the new, based on personal emotions inspired by the deep contact with nature, each drawing always has an underlying story, the mood, the memory and the soul of a landscape or a place in the world ..
She combines the old and the new, based on personal emotions inspired by the deep contact with nature, each drawing always has a background story, mood, memory and soul of a landscape or a place in the world.
In all his textile design work, artistic expression combined with functionality is always present. His way of working is timeless, combining art and functionality. for this reason his work requires a transversal research of materials and techniques
His creations are the result of a careful study of ancient fabrics and techniques, creating a new interior atmosphere, where design is combined with traditional craftsmanship.