The Huuhkaja tea towel by Lapuan Kankurit is adorned with a handsome eagle-owl illustrated by Teemu Järvi – the towel is named after the Finnish word for the bird. The tea towel is woven at the Lapuan Kankurit weaving mill in Finland using European Masters of Linen linen and organic cotton. Due to its jacquard weave, the tea towel has a lovely varied surface that gives it a relaxed look and underlines the nature-inspired motif.
Huuhkaja x Teemu Järvi tea towel
- 60% European "Masters of linen" linen, 40% organic cotton
- Gray, black
- 27.56 in (70 cm)
- 18.11 in (46 cm)
- Care instructions
- Wash separately at 60°C in plenty of water, iron the textile with linen settings.
- The color of natural linen becomes lighter with washing.
Teemu Järvi (born 1973) studied art in the Free Art School in Helsinki and received his Master of Arts degree in Spatial and Furniture Design from University of Art and Design Helsinki. He has become known for his work in the Järvi & Ruoho design office and the Vera chair, which Wallpaper Magazine selected as the most beautiful chair of the year in 2004. His work and illustrations have appeared in a number of international publications including International Design Year Book, Interni and Abitare.
Teemu Järvi has gained recognition in various design competitions (incl. Pro Finnish Design 2001, Caiazza Memorial Challenge 2003, and Vuoden Huiput 2013), won Carin and Erik Bryggman Award (2007) and received grants from the Finnish Cultural Foundation (2004-2009). In 2004, Wallpaper Magazine named Järvi as one of the 15 Most Wanted Designers in the Future.View all products
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