Pure materials. High quality. Finnish design. Always responsible.

ISKU is a leader in Finnish know-how, quality, and industrial innovation in its field. To us, bringing sustainability and a love of nature to the forefront of furniture design comes naturally. Our design is inspired by Finnish forests, pure raw materials, and environmentally friendly manufacturing methods.

For us, quality means reliability, state-of-the art design, professional craftmanship, and carefully selected materials. The company’s key objective is to inspire and to bring health, happiness, and creativity into daily life with high-quality furniture manufactured in a responsible way.

Through fostering a circular economy mindset and taking concrete actions on responsibility, we are providing the future generations with safe, functional, and inspiring environments to study, work and thrive.

600 employees

Turnover 140,9 MEUR

A benchmark for responsible production

Internationally in 68 cities

Top quality from Lahti to the world

The ISKU factory in Lahti, Finland, is one of the most modern production facilities in the European furniture industry and has become a benchmark for responsible production operations.

Values, vision and mission

Nordic design for your lifetime journey. It is our goal to provide our customers with the best and fast service and create experiences of success.

Responsibility is taking actions

We invest in the circular economy thinking and go through the product life cycle from a designer’s desk to a finished piece of furniture. Our quality, environmental management and safety systems have been certified and we support sustainable forestry by employing the certified tracking system for wood origin, PEFC (CoC).

Family-owned company since 1928

ISKU is a 100% family-owned company. It was established by Mr. Eino Vikström in 1928 and is even today owned by the same family in third generation.


Since 2024, Mikko Hämäläinen has been the CEO of ISKU.

ISKU People

More than 600 people work at ISKU: sales, upholsterers, seamstresses, production workers, designers, technical product designers and many others.