• Pauper Coin Collector, Artek

Pauper Coin Collector

Pauper Coin Collector by COMPANY for Artek.

Inspired by Finnish folklore, the ceramic Pauper money bank was produced in collaboration between Artek and Finnish-Korean design studio COMPANY, as part of the celebratory FIN/JPN Friendship Collection.

The coin collector resembles the emblematic totems left outside churches to symbolise the helping of the most vulnerable during Kaamos, the Scandinavian polar nights. 

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Pauper Coin Collector by COMPANY for Artek.

Inspired by Finnish folklore, the ceramic Pauper money bank was produced in collaboration between Artek and Finnish-Korean design studio COMPANY, as part of the celebratory FIN/JPN Friendship Collection.

The coin collector resembles the emblematic totems left outside churches to symbolise the helping of the most vulnerable during Kaamos, the Scandinavian polar nights. 

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10w x10d x 16cmh

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The hand-made ceramic money box features a matt glaze.

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Artek was founded in 1935 by four young idealists, Alvar and Aino Aalto, Maire Gullichsen and Nils-Gustav Hahl.

Artek was founded in 1935 by four young idealists, Alvar and Aino Aalto, Maire Gullichsen and Nils-Gustav Hahl.

The business idea of the company was “to sell furniture and to promote a modern culture of habitation by exhibitions and other educational means.” Today Artek is renowned as being one of the most innovative contributors to modern design, building on the heritage of Alvar Aalto. Functionality and timeless aesthetics are the essential elements in the creation of every product that bears the Artek name. Artek’s furniture can be found in various types of spaces; from public spaces to homes, museums to schools and hotels to offices.

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