Iittala Origo

Plate 26cm beige

Beige

Oiva Toikka

Origo by internationally renowned product designer Alfredo Häberli is a tableware collection that focuses on versatility and multifunctionality. Stacking rings and options to fix cups and bowls to saucers and plates make Origo ultra-practical. While brightly striped patterns in vibrant colours add a bold, modern accent. Made of beautiful porcelain that is durable enough for everyday use. Mix and match pieces or combine with other Iittala tableware to make striking combinations. The possibilities are endless. Winner of the 2002 iF Design Award. The beige Origo plate is perfect dinnerware for serving meat, fish or vegetarian dishes. Great for casual or festive table settings. Collect a set. Perfect gift. Dishwasher safe.

Origo plate 26cm beige
  • Material: Porcelain
  • Cold proof, microwave safe, oven safe & dishwasher safe
Product Article Number
1012055
EAN
7320062019103
Width
26 cm
Length
26 cm
Height
2.8 cm
Weight
0.631 kg
Origo

Alfredo Häberli designed Origo with the idea to create easy, everyday tableware with a variety of applications. The colourful bowls in different sizes are easily combinable with other Iittala  tableware. In 2002 Origo was awarded the iF Design Award.

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Oiva Toikka

Oiva Toikka

Oiva Toikka (1931-2019) is one of the great personas of Finnish glass design. His imaginative, rich and bold glass art is a departure from mainstream Nordic design. Toikka’s individual style is also evident in the utility objects he creates as they often deviate from the traditional clean-lined puritanism of Finnish design aesthetics. In addition to glass, his artistic activities cover staging, fashion design and plastic interior design elements.

Toikka has gained a solid international reputation throughout his prolific career, which dates back to the 1950s, having worked with well-known designers and artists both in Finland and abroad. He has won several prestigious awards including the Kaj Franck Design Prize and the Prince Eugen Medal. In 1993, Toikka was given the honorary title of Professor of the Arts by the state of Finland. Birds by Toikka, a series designed for Iittala combines the artist’s limitless imagination with his expertise in the characteristics of glass. The unique and colorful birds, which are all handmade, have become the passion of collector’s worldwide.