When designing the Lumi Pouf, for her own designline Mylhta, Lisa set out to create an upholstered strong sculptural structure that would require minimal padding and still be soft to the touch and welcoming to the eye. This was achieved through making many smaller pockets in the shape, contributing to the pouf characteristic shape resembling a snowflake.
Lumi, meaning snow (or light) in Finnish, is created with inspiration from ice and snow formations in nature. The prime motivation behind this design was combining innovative sewing techniques, pattern construction with minimal padding, which was accomplished with small pockets sewn into the fabric. The result is a sturdy and comfortable pouf, with minimal padding.