Iittala Teema

Teema

In 1952, Finnish designer Kaj Franck changed our understanding of tableware with the launch of a groundbreaking collection. The designer’s pioneering beliefs in sustainability, equality and moderation fueled his revolutionary vision. With the iconic Teema (First introduced as Kilta in 1952. Kilta’s design was revisited and renewed by Franck in 1981 and then re-named Teema), Franck created a collection that embodied his values and set a new standard for tableware. Teema in many ways embodies Franck’s pioneering thoughts about sustainability, equality and moderation. The design’s multifunctionality, simplified forms, combinability and high quality form a collection which has stood the test of time.

New in: Teema recycled - The classic Teema 15 cm bowl and 21 cm plate, designed by Kaj Franck, are now available in a new version made using recycled materials. The new Teema recycled edition items are available exclusively from Iittala.

Teema – The simplest things make the boldest statement

We think it's all about getting the basics right – and with Teema, it's easy. Teema will let your culinary creations and personality take the spotlight. It's your style and moments, and most importantly, it's about having fun. Pick your favourite colours, mix and match. Be creative. Be playful. Be you.
Iittala Teema Plates and Bowls

Personality takes the spotlight

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Iittala Teema Plates and Bowls

It's not an ordinary dinner

It’s not a dinner – it’s a memory of a moment spent together. Turn any moment into your moment. Mix and match with your favourite colours and dishes.

Iittala Teema Plates and Bowls

Passionate about red?

Could you live in pink? Want to mix and match your favourites? With Teema, the options are endless, and the style is yours.

Iittala Teema Plates and Bowls

It's time for the feast

Bring all your favourite dishes to the table and forget all the rules. It's just your style and your playground. With Teema, you're always setting the table for an (dinner)experience that's anything but ordinary.