A new home collection encourages taking a moment for personal reflection

We regularly hear about the characteristics of form and function baked into the design of everyday products. A new design collaboration between Finnish ceramics maker Iittala and the Japanese fashion label Issey Miyake highlights a less discussed characteristic and that's feeling. Specifically, how things are meant to make us feel.

The Pause for Harmony collection of 30 items finds commonality in simplicity of design, while highlighting the distinctive individual mastery of material and process for which each company is known.

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