Timo Salli (born 1963) is a designer and professor at the Aalto University of Art and Design in Helsinki. He is a graduate of the University of Art and Design in Helsinki (now Aalto University) and the Lahti Design Institute with a metalworker and welder background. The designer is a member of the Association "Snow Crash", which has been successfully introduced in the Milan Salone furniture fair in 1997. Snowcrash designers believed that the home of the future will be furnished with light, flexible and adaptable products. Timo Salli has worked in the fields of product design, exhibition architecture and acted as a curator and producer of design exhibitions. One of the most memorable works is the ‘100’ exhibition in the year 2000, when Helsinki was an official European City of Culture. For SAAS Instruments he has designed the pendant lamp Helsinki Lighthouse.