Iittala Kuru ceramic bowl 160 x 140 mm, beige
Iittala Kuru ceramic bowl 160 x 140 mm, beige
Iittala Kuru ceramic bowl 160 x 140 mm, beige
Iittala Kuru ceramic bowl 160 x 140 mm, beige
Iittala Kuru ceramic bowl 160 x 140 mm, beige
Iittala Kuru ceramic bowl 160 x 140 mm, beige

Kuru ceramic bowl 160 x 140 mm, beige

Iittala

$86.25 $115.00

Iittala
Kuru ceramic bowl 160 x 140 mm
$86.25 $115.00


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Description

Iittala’s Kuru bowl is designed for neatly storing and displaying all kinds of small items like keys, sunglasses or jewellery near your front door, on the windowsill, in the bathroom or on your nightstand. The handmade, textured ceramic bowl also makes a striking serving bowl for your table setting or for snacks while you have people over.

Designed by British-Canadian Philippe Malouin, the geometric shapes of the Kuru series bring clarity and tranquility to the home. With their strong but minimalist design language, the vases and bowls of the series create harmony in your home, both individually and in unique arrangements. Their sculptural silhouettes provide a refined setting for beautiful floral arrangements and precious objects and memories.

Material
Ceramic
Colour
Beige
Height
14 cm
Diameter
16 cm
Care instructions
Wash by hand

Philippe Malouin

Philippe Malouin is a British-Canadian designer who lives and works in London. He has studied design at the Design Academy in Eindhoven, the École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle in Paris and the University of Montreal. Prior to establishing his own design studio, Malouin worked for English designer Tom Dixon, and from 2012 to 2015, he worked as a teacher at the Royal College of Arts, London. Malouin also works in architecture and interior design as director of POST-OFFICE.

Malouin is known as a versatile designer whose products are easy to understand and use. He believes in the calming effect of simple, refined design that serves a practical purpose. In his career, Malouin has designed furniture, lamps, rugs as well as art objects, and collaborated with Resident, SCP, Kvadrat, Iittala, Swarovski and Aesop, among others.

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