Iittala Citterio 98

Coffee spoon

Antonio Citterio

Internationally renowned architect Antonio Citterio and industrial designer Glen Oliver Löw’s flatware collection, Citterio 98, is a functional modern update to traditional cutlery meant to meet the demands of contemporary life. The bold, distinctive design and balanced proportions make it versatile enough for any table setting. While the matte-brushed stainless steel doesn’t show watermarks. Each piece in the cutlery set is solid, weighted and has been milled for a smooth feel. Designed to fit comfortably in every hand. The Citterio 98 coffee spoon features the signature broad, flat handle that tapers at the waist. Great for everyday. Adds easy sophistication for both formal and casual occasions. Dishwasher safe.

Citterio 98 coffee spoon
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Dishwasher safe
Product Article Number
1009797
EAN
6428501870160
Width
2.85 cm
Length
13.7 cm
Height
1.93 cm
Weight
24 g
Citterio 98

The bold, distinctive design and the generous proportions have made Citterio 98 a modern classic. Each piece in this collection has a pleasant touch and feel to fit every hand. The matte-brushed stainless steel design feels equally at home in both formal and informal dinner settings.

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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.