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Atlas by Harri Koskinen

Atlas by Harri Koskinen

Harri Koskinen designed Atlas candleholders for Iittala in 1996 as his first design for the glass works. In Atlas, a hollow, cylindrical base tapers up gradually to a flared elliptical-shaped top with a holder in the middle for a taper candle. It was originally made in light green, dark green, clear, red, blue and white. […]

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Halo Candleholder by Harri Koskinen

Halo Candleholder by Harri Koskinen

Halo is a simple yet beautiful tealight candleholder that Harri Koskinen designed for Iittala in 1999. It was mass produced from solid glass in several different vivid colors. In addition to the colors shown below, there is a cobalt blue version as well. H 1″ ø 4″

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Lantern by Harri Koskinen

Lantern by Harri Koskinen

Lantern is a mass produced range of candleholders Harri Koskinen designed for Iittala in 1999. Even though they are mass produced, they are still mouth blown. Small: H 19.0 mm ø 9 cm | H 7.5″ ø 3.5″ The smaller version of the design has a metal tealight holder in the middle, it is removable […]

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Uusi Alue (New Area) by Harri Koskinen

Uusi Alue (New Area) by Harri Koskinen

One of Koskinen’s most experimental works, Uusi Alue pieces are solid glass shaped by hand by the glass blower without the use of any molds. Each piece is thus slightly different and unique. Uusi Alue was produced as a limited edition series of 100 in different colors. It was designed in 2004 for Iittala as […]

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Kohta carafe/glass for Iittala Art Works by Harri Koskinen

Kohta carafe/glass for Iittala Art Works by Harri Koskinen

Kohta (translates to “point”)  is a combination of a carafe and a glass that goes on top of it, comprising of two cylindrical sections of different colored glass, creating a beautiful gradient effect. It was designed by Harri Koskine as a limited edition for Iittala Art Works in 2009. Only 100 pieces were produced.

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