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Aino Aalto glassware
Aino Aalto, 1932

Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932

WINTER SALE - 30% off on a selection of Aino Aalto tumblers (until February 6, 2024)

Designed by Aino Aalto in 1932, this series is inspired by the concentric rings of an object touching water. 

A sign of its timeless quality, the Aino Aalto glass collection has been in continuous production since its launch: even though they have celebrated their 90th anniversary, Aino Aalto glasses continue to be part of Iittala's history. 


An authentic classic, timeless and harmonious. Simple, solid, beautiful, ergonomic and stackable.


Dishwasher safe.

Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932
verres Aino Aalto  Aino Aalto, 1932

tumblers 22cl and 33cl – packs of 2

Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932

30%

30%

Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932

Clear tumbler 22 cl
2-pack

Clear tumbler 33 cl
2-pack

Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932
Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932

Sea blue tumbler 22 cl
2-pack

Sea blue tumbler 33 cl
2-pack

Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932
Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932

Watergreen tumbler 22 cl
2-pack

Watergreen tumbler 33 cl
2-pack

Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932
Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932

Aqua tumbler 22 cl
2-pack

Aqua tumbler 33 cl
2-pack

Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932

30%

30%

Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932

Grey tumbler 22 cl
2-pack

Grey tumbler 33 cl
2-pack

30%

verres Aino Aalto  Aino Aalto, 1932

30%

verres Aino Aalto  Aino Aalto, 1932

Ultra marine tumbler 22 cl
2-pack

Ultra marine tumbler 33 cl
2-pack

pitcher, bowl and plate

Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932
Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932

Clear pitcher 1,2 L

Clear bowl 35 cl

Aino Aalto glassware  Aino Aalto, 1932

Small plate 175 mm

Aino Aalto

Aino Aalto

Aino Aalto (born Aino Mandelin-Marsio, 1894-1949) was a pioneer of Finnish design. Born in Helsinki, Finland, she received her architecture degree in 1920 from Helsinki Polytechnic. In 1924, Aino joined famed Finnish architect Alvar Aalto’s firm. That step proved fateful for them both, both professionally and personally. They soon got married - and in 1935, they founded Artek together with Maire Gullichsen and Nils-Gustav Hahl. The couple worked closely until Aino Aalto’s death, collaborating on several projects that have left a significant mark on global design.

Independently, Aino Aalto is also known for her own individual contributions which helped bring modern Finnish design to the international arena. Her architectural exhibitions for Artek received the Gran Prix at the 1936 Milan Triennial. Aino Aalto also won the gold medal at the same competition for her “Aalto Glasses” which were inspired by the circles created by throwing rocks in the water. Ninety years later, the versatile, stackable “Aino Aalto” glassware continues to be a timeless classic for Iittala. Aino Aalto also designed buildings, interiors, furniture and textiles.