Design House Stockholm’s Unda drinking glasses, designed by Matti Klenell, are characterised by a simple yet strong and distinctive shape. Klenell’s aim was to create a universal glass for a variety of uses with a design that would contribute to renewing Scandinavian design traditions. He thought a lot about how the glass would feel in your hand, and decided to enhance the mouth-blown glasses’ simple shape with a decorative ring that feels comfortable to hold and makes stacking easy. Designed originally for the restaurant NM& at Stockholm’s Nationalmuseum, the glasses are dishwasher safe.

Design House Stockholm

Unda drinking glass, grey, 2 pcs



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Mouth-blown glass
8,3 cm
8 cm
2,5 dl
Care instructions
Dishwasher safe

Matti Klenell

The Swedish designer Matti Klenell (b. 1972) graduated from the Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Sweden, in 1999. Matti Klenell has become known for his innovative take on the Scandinavian idea of the intrinsic link between form and function.

In 2000 he founded his own company, the Matti Klenell Studio, which works with various design commissions for a large number of clients. Apart from projects to be produced serially, the studio also develops limited edition works as well as public and private art commissions. One of Matti Klenell’s most famous designs is the Four vase created for Muuto in 2006. Four is a blown and cold worked glass vase in coloured and clear glass. The inside ball is perforated with four holes in various sizes to fit with a single flower as well as a big bouquet of flowers. And even without flowers Four is a beautiful piece of design work. In 2010 Matti Klenell designed a new collection of Birds for Iittala. This is a new addition to the Iittala Birds collection, which was first introduced by Oiva Toikka in 1972 with his Birds by Toikka, a growing collection that gets new pieces every year. Matti Klenell has been crowned designer of the year in Sweden, and has won several prestigious national and international awards. In 2003 Matti Klenell was awarded the prestigious Ljunggren Design Prize and his work is represented in the permanent collections of various museums.


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