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Design by Jani Martikainen.
Made in Finland by Majamoo.
Inspired by Alvar Aalto's iconic design, the Majamoo Dish features simple, undulating curves. Crafted from birch plywood utilizing Majamoo's Seamless Wood Technology, the Majamoo Dish is a lightweight, versatile object that is suitable for an endless variety of uses.
Consider this piece as a catch-all for jewelry, as a corral for stray items on the desk or as a serving piece for sugar cubes or small treats. Available in two sizes with a birch plywood base in natural Birch, Black, Red or White.
The Majamoo Dish, designed by Jani Martikainen, is made in Finland utilizing Seamless Wood Technology. Reminiscent of Alvar Aalto's iconic design, the Majamoo Dish features simple, undulating curves. Available in two sizes with a birch plywood base in natural Birch, Black, Red or White.
Material(s): Birch plywood
- T22/Small: 5.9" Dia X 0.9" H
- T28/Large: 8.25" Dia X 1.1" H
T22 T22B T22W T22R T28 T28B T28R T28W T28B
Designer: Jani Martikainen
Jani Martikainen was born in 1971 in Finland and graduated from the University of Art and Design in Helsinki with a degree in Furniture Design and Interior Architecture. He worked in several design companies in Finland and Russia before founding Majamoo in 1998. Majamoo is a Finnish design company that produces timeless, quality tableware and accessories for everyday use combining functional design with high quality materials.
Majamoo is a Finnish design company that produces timeless quality tableware and accessories for everyday use. Founded in 1998 by Finnish designer Jani Martikainen, Majamoo is notable for its unique Seamless Wood Technology that enables the manufacture of compressed cylindrical plywood products that can be molded into various shapes and sizes.
The Majamoo Trivet was awarded a prize in Alvar Aalto's centenary year competition and recalls Aalto's fluid undulating forms. Most Majamoo products are made in the company workshop located in Nummela, near Helsinki.