ALVAR AALTO – Trébretti (38,8×39,7cm – Oak)
Design legend Alvar Aalto combined simple design with a craftsman’s expertise to create iconic pieces of home decor that are functional and sculptural. His asymmetrical wave shape became his creative signature from architecture to glass. Iittala’s Aalto collection expands with the new serving tray inspired by Aalto’s iconic waves. Beautiful oak highlights the fluid design. The Aalto serving tray brings refined warmth that takes casual moments to their best. Perfect for serving dry foods like pastries and bread. Also works as a platter for a collection of small dishes. A great wedding, birthday, anniversary or housewarming gift. Combines well with other pieces in the Aalto collection.
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Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) is a recognized master of modern architecture and design. Born in Kuortane, Finland, Aalto began to make his distinct mark in design shortly after receiving his architectural degree from Helsinki Polytechnic in 1921. In 1924, Aalto married fellow architect Aino Marsio, creating a lifelong partnership that built an international design legacy. During his remarkable career, Aalto designed major public institutions including concert halls, museums, universities, libraries as well as private homes throughout the world. Aalto’s furniture and houseware designs derived organically from his architectural work.