six Finnish designers for Sarjaton collection of iittala

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six Finnish designers for Sarjaton collection of iittala it has been modified: 2013-02-01 di Benedict Flowers

There's work six Finnish designers in Sarjaton collection iittala, Behind the form of dishes ceramic and tray Sarjaton of wooden hides Harri Koskinen. Aleksi Kuokka he designed the glass. The two designers Samuji have created the fantasy Tikki, very evocative of Finnish traditional motifs, while the pair of designers Musuta He has designed the Metsä decorations and bed and warm color scheme of the collection.

"We wanted to create a matte surface or embossed so that we can perceive with their hands the pleasure of touching objects. What characterizes the fantasies is the feeling of craftsmanship in an industrial product. The models were volutamen-yourself handmade way that would be unique and imperfect. We wanted to leave room for error, from the time when the error can be interesting - in the sense that for us does not diminish the human being ".


iittala Sarjaton 34 cl clear glass

"The Finnish traditional design, despite its simpli-ci and essential forms, can instill warmth and is constantly evolving, but it is inspired by a tradition of craftsmanship. I wanted to work free hand and return to more arts-gianali in creating the glass Sarjaton methods. A drawing created with a computer is definitely the purest and balanced but lacks the freedom that owns the freehand drawing. "

Aleksi Kuokka

iittala Sarjaton bowl 0.68L Twin red clay

"There is much to draw from the Finnish folk tradition. The repre-essentiality feel a distinctive feature of our sto-ria: people made do with what they had available. When the money was missing, the work was done with great care, and our tradition is split but-gnifici fabrics and carpets, frequent use of embroidery and decorative sculptures in wood. "


iittala Sarjaton mug 0.36L Twin old roses

iittala Sarjaton mug 0.36 L Tikki

iittala Sarjaton plate 22 cm Twin pearl gray

"Designers often forget that a dish is made to eat. The idea of ​​Sarjaton plates is to create a basin with no edge, so that the food is of course adages in center of pan. Another inspiration for the shape was the desire to convey something ethereal, curve without interruption. "

Harri Koskinen

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