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Design by Klaus Haapaniemi and Heikki Orvola, 2007.
Whether the Taika Soup/Cereal Bowl is used for formal or casual dining, this charming piece enhances most any environment. Decorated with designs of folklore with Slavic and Japanese influences, this bowl is unique and can easily combine with other Iittala pieces. Made out of porcelain, the Taika Soup/Cereal Bowl is strong enough for day-to-day use.
- Microwave Safe
- Dishwasher Safe
- Oven Safe
- Freezer Safe
- 4.75" W X 4.75" D X 1.9" H
- Capacity: 10 oz.
Designer: Heikki Orvola
Born in Helsinki, Finland, in 1943. Heikki Orvola is one of the driving forces within Finnish design. He works in glass, ceramics, cast iron and textiles. Orvola has worked for the industrial art business, but he has also worked in a variety of different materials as a form of pure, artistic expression. During his career as a designer, Heikki Orvola has received awards and prizes, including the Kaj Franck prize in 1998 — perhaps Finland's most important design prize.View other products by Heikki Orvola
Designer: Klaus Haapaniemi
Klaus Haapaniemi (b. 1970) has had plenty of coverage recently in the Finnish as well as foreign media. His CV of design work is impressive: garment prints for Diesel, Levis, Marimekko, Dolce & Gabbana, Cacharel and Bela's Dead, a new brand. He has also worked as Creative Director of the Italian fashion house Bantam, published a book entitled 'Giants' together with the Finnish writer Rosa Liksom, produced illustrations for the Observer newspaper, shown his work in exhibitions Ð and done a few other things in between. The international WGSN trend analysis service has dubbed him as one of the most important rising stars in illustration and design.
What started as a glass factory in Iittala, Finland, now celebrates generations of essential objects made to enrich people's everyday lives. Iittala creates distinctive, multi-functional objects with lasting design that allows for individual use and expression.
In the early years of modernism and functionalism, during the 1930s and 40s, pioneers like Alvar Aalto and Kaj Franck led the development of the Iittala brand. Their belief was that objects should always be designed with a thought, essential and above all, available to all. It was their thinking that set the foundation for the Iittala design philosophy — to push the boundaries and to give people beauty and function.
Iittala strives to create icons that will last a lifetime. What started as a glass factory in Iittala, Finland, now celebrates generations of essential objects that are made to enrich people's everyday lives. More than just beautiful objects, Iittala creates timeless designs that will never be thrown away.View other products from Iittala