A month-long exhibition celebrating the work of Finnish designer Timo Sarpaneva opens on 1 December at London gallery and retailer Vessel. The exhibition showcases the designer’s creations with glass, notably for Littala and Venini, and celebrates 25 years of the Soumi tableware range, for which Sarpaneva was awarded the highest accolade in the porcelain world, a gold medal from Faenza. As part of the exhibition, which falls on the eve of the designer’s 75th birthday, Vessel will unveil Sarpaneva’s latest work in glass.
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