Iittala Collective Tools

Serving spoon

Renowned architect Antonio Citterio and industrial designer Glen Oliver Löw’s critically acclaimed Collective Tools has garnered global recognition for its remarkable blend of design, function and innovation. Each utensil in the collection instantly feels comfortable in the hand and is easy to use. Modern, versatile design in brushed stainless steel adds striking impact and fits any table setting. A complete toolbox for contemporary dining that works individually or as a set. Complements any Iittala flatware including Citterio 98. Pairs perfectly with Tools cookware set. The Collective Tools medium serving spoon features a deep, roundish head with a sturdy handle. Great, versatile size for casseroles, pasta and soups. Dishwasher safe.

  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Dishwasher safe
Product Article Number
1009843
EAN
6428501890809
Width
7.63 cm
Length
23.9 cm
Weight
0.213 kg
Collective Tools

Collective Tools by Antonio Citterio are ergonomic yet aesthetic utensils for modern dining that work individually, as a set or mix and matched with other Iittala cutlery. Designed with a clear typology and form, each stainless steel piece perfectly suits its purpose and sits comfortably in the hands. Collective Tools is a modern dining range that has garnered a major following. New pieces are added regularly to constantly make it better.

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Iittala's designer Antonio Citterio

Antonio Citterio

Antonio Citterio (b.1950) is an internationally renowned architect and designer. Born in Meda, Citterio founded Antonio Citterio and Partners in 1999. The firm works on an international level, developing and executing design projects ranging from residential and commercial complexes to showrooms and hotels. Currently, Citterio works in the industrial design sector with global companies such as B & B Italia, Hermès and Kartell. Amongst his many distinctions, Citterio was awarded the Compasso d’Oro-ADI both in 1987 and 1994. His products are included in the permanent collections at MOMA and Centre di Pompidou. The Citterio 98 Collection for Iittala is a modern classic with its bold, contemporary design.

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