Inspired by the melting ice in Lapland, Wirkkala originally created the surface in the 1960s after carving into a graphic mould. An exclusive design reflecting the thousands of hours spent perfecting the glass-blowing technique required to produce the effect. The patterns gradually change as the glass burns the surface of the wooden moulds. Designed by Tapio Wirkkala, 1968.
This glass tumbler made a splash when design legend, Aino Aalto, debut it over eighty years ago. Inspired by ripples in the water, the simple space-saving form permits stacking and versatility. A modern classic, the tumblers are available in several colors and two sizes.
Essential glasses that still serve a variety of your favorite wines. Side by side they express a remarkable sense of balance with the stem and base being of the same size. Sensually pleasing to grasp and handle, Essence makes fine wines even more enjoyable. Designed by Alfredo Häberli 2001.
Building on the popularity of his Essence collection, Alfredo Haberli has taken the simple, innovative design of his wine glasses and added curves that entice the eye and fit the hand. This refined, attractively balanced new series can still serve a full range of the wines while enhancing any table setting with a perfect blend of timeless beauty and functionality.
The Kartio glassware series channels the pure essence of Franck’s philosophy into what was an object of continuous fascination for the artist: the everyday drinking glass. Striking the perfect balance between material and geometric form, the Kartio tumbler from 1958 is a legendary design beyond any trend. The wide and versatile color palette perfectly represents Iittala’s knowledge of colored glass. Simple yet durable design.