MoMA Exclusive: This white porcelain serving bowl is from the Raami tabletop collection conceived by the Finnish design experts at Iittala and designer Jasper Morrison. “Raami” means frame in Finnish and the collection’s low-key designs are meant to “frame” the mood of your table, putting the focus on friends, family and food. The Iittala Raami Porcelain Serving Bowl has a 11” diameter and is a generous 3.6” deep with a 3.5 quart capacity. Its simple white, round design makes a pleasurable sight on the table for friends and family who are being served rustic pasta dishes or couscous. The designer of the Iittala Raami Porcelain Serving Bowl, Jasper Morrison, has work in MoMA’s collection. Made in Europe and designed in Finland. Dishwasher-safe.
Why We Chose This
Considered to be one of the most accomplished product designers of his generation, Jasper Morrison—whose work is represented in MoMA’s collection—took a distinct approach when conceiving the Iittala Raami collection. “I’ve noticed that a table with unmatched, well-chosen pieces loosens the formality of a table setting and helps create a homelier and more relaxed atmosphere. Every item in the Raami collection is an equal part of the entity, perfect on its own, yet meaningful to the collection.„ Morrison's Raami designs are in keeping with MoMA's midcentury Good Design tradition of displaying and exhibiting elegantly minimal dinnerware, where form follows function.
In or Related to MoMA's Collection
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