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Issey Miyake Platter 21x20cm

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  • Description

    Two masters of timeless design from two sides of the world, Finland and Japan. One vision of a home with harmony. Iittala X Issey Miyake is a unique collaborative collection of high quality ceramics, glass and home textiles that allow you to pause and enjoy the moment. Iittala X Issey Miyake collection brings your home a new kind of harmony by combining Scandinavian and Asian craftmanship and ambiance.
    Like the collection itself, all its communication aims to help you to pause and enjoy the moment.

    The hard items collection is a set of one cup and 3 platters, vase, and a candle holder. The shapes are inspired by the geometrical folding of Issey Miyake textiles, and put to the context of Iittala core materials: glass and ceramic. The items are universal in usage. They make it possible to pause and enjoy the moment, whether it is a nice afternoon coffee, breakfast or tea time. Or objects can be used simply for decoration. With the items it is easy to create interesting combinations. Design is based on geometrical forms that have a more organic outcome directed by the requirements of the materials and production methods.

    Perfect plate size for breakfast, appetizers, desserts and smaller meals or making small arrangements.

  • Technical Info

    Dimensions: 21x22 cm

    Material: High quality and durable vitroporcelain

    Glaze colours are specially developed for this collection

    Freezer and dishwasher safe

  • Designer
    Issey Miyake

    Issey Miyake is a Japanese fashion designer born in Hiroshima, Japan in 1938. He studied graphic design at Tama Art University in Tokyo and graduated in 1965. He went straight to Paris after his studies, where he trained at the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture (French regulator of Haute Couture fashion houses) before taking apprenticeships with Givenchy and Guy Laroche. Issey Miyake founded the Miyake Design Studio in 1970, which was seen as an experimental laboratory for Japanese fashion.

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