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Iittala Raami

Bowl 0,36L calluna


The Raami bowl is modern and classic at the same time. Raami is a dining collection designed by Jasper Morrison. It lends a laid-back atmosphere to table settings, from breakfast to dinner. Its name, Raami (‘frame’ in Finnish), refers to how table settings serve as a frame for our shared moments and new memories. Each piece in the Raami collection is perfect as it is but is also an important part of the whole. The Raami bowl in the calluna colour is perfect for breakfast, desserts and cold servings. The bowl is also suitable for storing your most beloved possessions. Create a unique collection by combining different Raami colours and pieces. The Raami bowl is made at the Iittala glass factory in Finland.

Product Article Number
12.6 cm
12.6 cm
5.3 cm
0.3 kg
0.36 l
  • Manufactured at Iittala glass factory
  • Material: Glass
  • Dishwasher safe max 50 ℃
  • Made in Finland

Raami – ‘frame’ in Finnish – is a new dining collection designed by Jasper Morrison. The carefully composed pieces in ceramic, glass and wood work together to encourage good atmosphere, from morning to night, in every occasion. Each item from the Raami collection is an individual, perfect on its own, yet a significant part of the entity. Like a family, or a group of friends: each member brings their own characteristics to the table. The feeling of Raami is familiar, something you've known throughout your life.

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Iittala's designer Jasper Morrison

Jasper Morrison

Jasper Morrison is a leading designer, considered to be one of the most accomplished product designers of his generation. Morrison is best known for his work in furniture, lighting, electrical products and tableware. Morrison believes the role of the designer is not to invent form, but rather to be open to the surrounding world, reapplying form to meet new purposes. He is especially interested in those everyday objects that are so good in their design they almost go unnoticed.

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