Iittala Taika

Plate 22cm white

Kaj Franck

Taika (Finnish for ‘magic’) combines designer Klaus Haapaniemi’s vibrant art with Heikki Orvola’s functional design. The result is a whimsical collection that inspires storytelling and imagination through a cast of colourful characters. Bring folklore and fairy tales to the everyday with versatile, durable tableware that adds a touch of enchantment to any table setting. The Taika plate is perfect as a breakfast or dessert plate. Elegant white mixes with a vibrant palette of colours to highlight the lively owl pattern that runs along the plate’s rim. Mix and match colours for vivid combinations. Collect a set. A great wedding or housewarming gift. Microwave and dishwasher safe.

Taika plate 22cm white
  • Material: Porcelain
  • Cold proof, microwave safe, oven safe & dishwasher safe
Product Article Number
1012440
EAN
7320065004953
Width
22.4 cm
Length
22.4 cm
Height
1.8 cm
Weight
0.48 kg
Taika

Designer Klaus Haapaniemi’s Taika (meaning “magic” in Finnish) inspires imagination and storytelling, letting you choose from a variety of bold and enchanting pieces. The vibrant designs gradually reveal their details and layers to the viewer. Haapaniemi’s magic was combined with the shapes of the Aika series designed by Heikki Orvola.

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Kaj Franck

Kaj Franck

Kaj Franck (1911-1989) is known as the “conscience of Finnish design.” Franck grew up in a world with elaborate dining services to sparse stone dishes. During his significant career, Franck asserted himself between the two extremes and profoundly changed our understanding of tableware. He utilized serial production to produce versatile, practical dishware at a reasonable price. Besides social consciousness, Franck’s distinct career was guided by the desire to seek the essential. He studied basic forms endlessly with special focus on proportions.

Franck was a professor at the Helsinki School of Art and Design. His work earned him international acclaim and numerous awards including Finland’s most prestigious design award, which is his namesake. Generations of Iittala consumers have purchased Franck’s successful Teema and Kartio series, making these standard household items a part of the classic design legacy of Kaj Franck.