Introducing 'Mood Bespoke'

 
Interior Designer and founder Stephen Quiddington has over 20 years experience as a BA (Hons) qualified interior designer and also runs his own commercial interior design company.
If you have a project, whether it's a bespoke design for your child's bedroom, supply of children's furniture for your restaurant, hotel or holiday rental or just a one off joinery piece then contact us today.

 

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Oiva Toikka

Oiva Toikka


 

BORN 
1931 in Viipuri, Finland
 
EDUCATION 
Institute of Industrial Arts, Helsinki, Finland
 
CAREER
1963 Glass designer at Iittala/Nuutajärvi Glass (part of Fiskars Group)
1959 - 63 Art teacher, Sodankylä, Finland
1960 - 61 Teacher Training School, Helsinki, Finland
1959 - 61 Teacher at Institute of Industrial Arts, Helsinki, Finland
1956 - 59 Arabia, Ceramic Artist/Designer
Marimekko, Textile Designer
Finnish National Theatre, Stage and Costume Designer
Helsinki City Theatre, Stage and Costume Designer
Intiimiteatteri, Stage and Costume Designer
Tampere Labour Theatre, Stage and Costume Designer
Finnish National Opera, Stage and Costume Designer
Savonlinna Opera Festival, Stage and Costume Designer
 
PROFESSORSHIPS
1989 Professor HC
1990 - 93 Konstfackskolan (University of Industrial Arts, Dept of Ceramics and Glass), Stockholm, Sweden
1993 - 98 Artist Professor appointed by the State of Finland
1996 - Visiting Professor, University of Sunderland, UK
 
GRANTS AND AWARDS
2001 Prins Eugen Medal, Sweden
2000 Finland Prize
1992 Kaj Franck Design Prize
1985 World Glass Now ’85 Award, Japan
1980 Alfred Kordelin Foundation Grant
1980 Pro Finlandia Medal
1975 Finnish State Award for Crafts and Design
1970 Lunning Prize, Denmark
1969 Diplom Internationales Kunsthandwerk, Stuttgart
1969 Finnish State Grant