Iittala Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak
Iittala Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak
Iittala Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak
Iittala Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak
Iittala Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak
Iittala Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak
Iittala Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak
Iittala Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak
Iittala Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak
Iittala Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak
Iittala Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak
Iittala Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak

Raami serving tray 38,5 cm, oak

Iittala

$91.05

Iittala
Raami serving tray 38
$91.05



Description

The Raami serving tray by Iittala is a beautiful oak wood tray for serving bread, condiments or breakfast in bed. The built-in handles help you to lift and carry the tray.

Launched in 2019, Iittala’s Raami dining collection was designed by Jasper Morrison, one of the best-known industrial designers of his generation. Morrison found the inspiration for Raami from the role of dinnerware in gathering people together and creating a good atmosphere at the table. The name Raami – Finnish for a frame – refers to the way that dinnerware frames our shared moments and gives space for new, lasting memories. Featuring ceramic, glass and woodwork, each piece of the collection has its own character, and together the pieces form a seamless entity, like a family or group of friends. With a timeless and familiar feeling, the Raami collection will create a pleasant atmosphere on any occasion, casual or festive.

Material
Solid oak with natural food-safe oil treatment
Colour
Oak
Length
15.16 in (38.5 cm)
Notes
Dry ingredients only. Wash by hand.

Jasper Morrison

Jasper Morrison (b. 1959) is one of the most successful industrial designers of his generation. He is known for an esthetic and quietly humorous style that often aims at understated everyday functionality. A graduate from the Kingston Polytechnic and Royal College of Art, Morrison opened his own studio in London in 1986, and today he has offices also in Paris and Tokyo. He has designed products from tableware to tram systems and collaborated with brands such as Alessi, Vitra, Nikari, Flos, Fredericia and Iittala. Morrison’s work has been exhibited around the world, and in 2001 he was awarded the Royal Designer for Industry distinction by the British Royal Society of Arts.

Would you like to read more about Jasper Morrison and his work? Discover our books:
Jasper Morrison: A Book of Things, Super Normal: Sensations of the Ordinary

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Based on 2 reviews

  • A

    Croatia

    5

    Good design, great look

    17 days ago

  • A

    Lahti, Finland

    5

    Ajattoman kaunis, monikäyttöinen tuote.

    171 days ago

Excellent

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