As a modern interpretation of Finnish tradition, Iittala proudly presents the Sarjaton collection and thus launches a completely new way of thinking for tableware. The soft contours and the striking decor of this exciting collection allow multi-facetted combinations for a contemporary food culture.
Iittala has brought six young Finnish designers from the fashion, product, graphic and digital design fields together to create a collection which not only respects craftsmanship and eating rituals, but also takes current values into consideration. Inspired by the Finnish way of life and a more conscious lifestyle, Sarjaton is the result of an innovative and collaborative design process.
When translated, Sarjaton means “small series” – the different individual parts can work together, in combination with other collections, but also on their own. They allow for creative combinations according to individual needs, adapt effortlessly to the most different occasions and in this way, redefine the freedom of flexibility.
Sarjaton is a complete and yet reduced selection of 26 single items, where haptics play an essential role in the design as well as in the application of the materials. The single Sarjaton elements consist of glass, ceramic, ash wood and textiles, which can be freely combined with each other and even with other products. Natural, muted tones form the basis for the tactile surfaces with patterns and reliefs on glossy as well as semi-matte glazes.