Arabia’s 24h mug delights with its sleek and timeless design for years to come. The mug is part of the 24h collection designed by Heikki Orvola. The collection was originally designed only for Orvola’s own use, but in 1996 it, fortunately, found its way into Arabia's production. The 24h series also includes a serving platter, pitcher, plates, bowls and coffee and teacups. In 1997, the collection was presented with the Design Plus award at the Ambiente International trade fair in Frankfurt. The award is a recognition of high quality and innovative design.

As their name suggests, the 24h series is suitable for every hour of the day. The practical and clean-lined 24h series creates a warm and relaxed feel both for everyday and festive occasions. The special edition 24h mug in red is available for a limited time only.

24h mug, red




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Heikki Orvola

The Finnish designer Heikki Orvola (b. 1943) is one of the driving forces within Finnish design. He works with glass, ceramics, cast iron and textiles. The fields of industrial and product design are most familiar to him, but he has also expressed himself as an artist.

Heikki Orvola has started his career as a glass artist in Nuutajärvi, one of Iittala’s glass factories. For Iittala he designed Kivi candleholders (1988), which have become a popular collector’s item. Kivi candleholders are available in a wide range of colours and every year new colours are added. These candleholders show the designer’s thorough knowledge of glass. Heikki Orvola’s creations include also Aika dishware collection (2006) for Iittala and the 24h dishware series (1996) for Arabia, for which he has received the Design Plus Award at the Ambiente International Fair in Frankfurt. For Arabia Heikki Orvola designed also Carambola, a beautiful vase made of bone china. During his career as a designer, Heikki Orvola has received awards and prizes, including the Kaj Franck prize in 1998 and the Pro Finland Medal – two of Finland’s most important design prizes. Heikki Orvola received the title of professor in 2002. The designer’s glass and ceramics objects have been in many private and group exhibitions all over the world and his works are present in many museums worldwide.

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