“Designer of all kind are concerned by the tasting experience : they are architects, furniture or lighting designers, artists and are signing for high quality vessel.“
The Englishman Tom Dixon got involved in the aperitive drinks with his Plum Martini set. You can turn the glass upside down to consider its symmetric conic line in two sizes. A copper cover put the set in the metallic shiny two years old tendency. At the opposite side you find the Scandinavian trio Claesson Koivisto Rune with the total transparent look of their champagne flute. They were advised by the wine specialist Richard Juhlin to reach a millimetric precision necessary for the appreciation of the tipical French beverage. Less mediatic but still innovative are the Taiwanese Woo Collective, reviewing the stick support with a geometric line. The kitchen knife Antoku, from Antoine Van Loocke belgium point of view, gives a noble soul to second life of material. The handle is in rotten wood, the blade in stainless steel, linked by silicone. The porcelain vessel of the Artist Roos Van de Velde is an ode to the imperfection, her work revealing an organic dimension of the objects. Ibride, the Fench designer, reinterpreted the nomad service. It appears from the outside as a neutral colored amphora, in melamine. Piled in a playful tower, the pieces while separated show a classic painting decor inside. Either discreet or ostentatious, styles vary, but grace remains.
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