Iittala Nappula

Pillar candleholder 107mm moss green

Moss green

Matti Klenell

Nappula pillar candleholder 107mm moss green
  • Manufactured at Iittala glass factory
  • Hand wash only
Product Article Number
1026407
EAN
6411923663038
Width
12.65 cm
Height
10.7 cm
Weight
0.525 kg
Nappula

Designer Matti Klenell’s playful silhouettes for Iittala are loved by many. Perhaps his most recognizable design is his beloved Nappula (Finnish for ‘button’) collection. Its signature form was surprisingly inspired by the odd, large feet of an old table Klenell saw at the Nuutajärvi Glass Museum. Klenell first incorporated the classic yet modern shape into a wide array of candleholders that all carry the soft, round forms that combine Klenell’s love of vintage and contemporary details. Now, Klenell has expanded into plant pots that showcase the same distinct Nordic design. Nappula pots have a flowing curved shape and a strong stem that is perfect for creating inspiring plant displays.

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Matti Klenell

Matti Klenell

Matti Klenell (b.1972) is a Swedish designer known for his continual explorations into the Nordic design philosophy of form and function. Much like craftsmen during the dawn of industrialism, Klenell seeks to obtain the richest artistic expression within the possible limitations of the production process. His goal is to bring his creations to life by giving them character and personality. His global clientele includes BRIO, Moooi and Muuto. His multi-faceted approach to design allows him to work within many platforms including one-man exhibitions of his art glassware. Klenell has received much recognition for his work including the Red Dot Design Award for the Lempi drinking glass that he created for Iittala. 

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