Iittala X Issey Miyake

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Products from the Iittala X Issey Miyake home collection.

Products from the Iittala X Issey Miyake home collection. Image: Courtesy of Iittala Australia

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Products from the Iittala X Issey Miyake home collection.

Products from the Iittala X Issey Miyake home collection. Image: Courtesy of Iittala Australia

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Products from the Iittala X Issey Miyake home collection.

Products from the Iittala X Issey Miyake home collection. Image: Courtesy of Iittala Australia

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Products from the Iittala X Issey Miyake home collection.

Products from the Iittala X Issey Miyake home collection. Image: Courtesy of Iittala Australia

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Iittala and Issey Miyake have teamed up to make the Iittala X Issey Miyake home collection.

The collection was designed in close collaboration between the Iittala concept and design team and the Miyake Design Studio, and was made to encourage the user to enjoy calm, considered moments in the sanctuary of their own home. 

Finland-based Iittala takes its design philosophy from leading Finnish design influencer Kaj Franck and architect and designer Alvar Aalto, while Issey Miyake is a global Japanese brand known for its innovative, architectural clothes.

“The two brands have always been true to their philosophy of timeless design and creative thinking. They also value tradition, functionality, craftsmanship and the use of innovative materials and methodologies in their design work,” said Harri Koskinen, design director of Iittala.

The collection is the first brand collaboration for Iittala and the Miyake Design Studio.


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