Designed by Alvar Aalto in 1936, the Alvar Aalto Oak Serving Platter has a unique and striking design. Each piece is hand crafted in Iittala’s Finnish design factory.
Inspired by nature and organic shapes, Alvar Aalto’s Oak Serving Platter is a stunning addition to any contemporary kitchen or dining room. After more than 70 years, Alvar Aalto’s collection of bowls, vases and platters remains iconic and extremely desirable.
Materials & Finishes
Iittala trays and trivets complement your Iittala collection. Plywood or wood trays should not be washed in the dishwasher. They can safely be wiped and washed by hand with water. Soaking is, however, not recommended.
Year of Design
Space Planning/Interior Design
Our experienced team of design consultants can help you in planning your dream space. From colour and upholstery advice on free standing pieces to installation and finish tips on fitted furniture. Furthermore to help you visualise your new space we’ll produce 3D models to demonstrate how our products can be best used in your living space.
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Delivery & Installation
Our delivery and installation team carry a wealth of knowledge and know exactly how to handle high-end furniture. They realise the value and importance of each Olson and Baker customer.
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From Dubai to Tokyo, the US to Italy we supply high-end furniture and lighting to trade and private clients all over the world, planning the logistics around you.
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The most important Finnish architect of the 20th Century and a central figure in international modernism. Born in Kuortane in 1898, Alvar Aalto made his name as a master of modern architecture through his unique style and exceptional talent. He worked closely with his wife Aino Aalto. Aalto designed concert halls, libraries, hospitals, museums and private homes, among others, all around the world. His works were exhibited in the New York Museum of Modern Art already in the 1930s. Aalto also designed several objects which were originally intended to become parts of buildings and decorations. However, the objects took on a life of their own.
What started as a glass factory in Iittala, Finland, today celebrates generations of essential objects where quality, aesthetics and functionality are important values. Iittala believes in interior design that lasts a lifetime.