Citterio and Low's Collective Tools put an ultra-modern twist on everything the hands-on host might need. Each stunning piece is finished with brushed stainless steel and designed to feel right in the hand. Used individually or as a set, they combine perfectly with the Iittala cutlery range.
Designer, Antonio Citterio1959. Born in Meda, Italy, in 1950. An internationally renowned designer and architect, Citterio has won many prizes including the Compasso d’Oro in 1987 and 1995. He has carried out a range of striking design and architecture commissions for companies like B&B Italia, Kartell and Vitra and his products are part of the MOMA permanent collection and the Centre di Pompidou in Paris.
In 1936, Alvar Aalto created this classic series. The Alvar Aalto Collection has been a staple of modern Scandinavian design and the most iconic series in the Iittala range ever since. Today, just as then, each and every piece in the Alvar Aalto Collection is mouth blown at the Iittala glass factory. Created in a wide range of colours and sizes, a votive from the Aalto Collection is a pleasure to own or give as a gift. Designed by Alvar Aalto, Pentagon Design 1936
Aria Oval Serving Bowl:
Arrondi presents a twist on the kitchen's most ceremonious of tool sets. Literally. The well-balanced handles are artfully twisted, winding such that flat areas unfold just where your fingers want to lie.
The knife has a sharp, slightly hooked point and a notched blade that together ensure that each anticipated serving is sliced through cleanly and completely. Its equally competent companion features a wide, flat serving surface. Designed by New Mexico native Aaron Johnson, each piece is forged of lustrous, durable, rust-resistant 18/10 stainless steel and is dishwasher safe. An excellent choice for an anniversary gift, or any gift-giving ocassion that welcomes cake.
Sophisticated design at its purest, Artik perfectly balances simplicity of form with a rich tactile experience. Rounded handles that beg to be held and the diagonal prongs of the forks add a unique, urban air. The solidity and weight of each piece give diners an unmistakable sense of quality with every bite they take. Designed by Arto Kankkunen, Laura Partanen 1997.