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Designed by Alvar Aalto, Iittala's Aalto vase was first exhibited at the 1937 Paris World Exhibition and has since become a Finnish design icon. The free-form, undulating shapes of the vase were drawn from the shoreline of Finland and its lakes, and represents the beauty of the Finnish landscape. Alvar Aalto’s philosophy was that users should be free to decide for themselves how each piece should be used – as a sculptural piece, a bowl, a vase or a as a collecting vessel for bits and bobs. Mouth blown at iittala’s workshop in Finland, one vase takes seven glassblowers working together seamlessly, and each piece is a tribute to glassblowing and craftsmanship.