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  • notNeutral In-The-Mix Small Plates Set of 4
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    notNeutral In-The-Mix Small Plates Set of 4
    notNeutral’s In-The-Mix line of plates and bowls features four distinct patterns that can be mixed and match for a kitschy yet elegantly monochromatic look. The small plates come with a floral patterned plate that has a black background and friendly white flowers and stars, a ribbon plate covered in adorable curlicues that dance around the rim, a letters plate that has a black background and white abstract letters and numbers and a shapes plate that has bulbous black and white shapes with alternating color cutouts. Care: Dishwasher and microwave-safe. Brand: notNeutral. Material: Porcelain. Color: Black, White. Diameter: 8.25”. Weight: 0.85 lbs.
  • notNeutral Black Links 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
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    notNeutral Black Links 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
    Each set includes four place settings with black-and-white dinner plates, small plates, rim bowls, and LINO coffee mugs! Our very first pattern when we launched back in 2001, this pattern was based on the links of a bicycle chain. We were fascinated with the way the links fit together and looked for other ways to “connect” them. This pattern has been used ever since at many different scales, colors, and configurations and continues to be a top seller. The 16-piece dinnerware set includes (4) 10.5” dinner plates, (4) 8.25” small plates, (4) 9” rim bowls, and (4) 10 oz. LINO mugs. The Black Links dinnerware set is also available with white-on-white dinner plates. Porcelain. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Oven to table. Sets of four. Designed in Los Angeles; made in Poland.
  • notNeutral In-The-Mix Dinner Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral In-The-Mix Dinner Plate Set of 4
    notNeutral’s In-The-Mix line of plates and bowls features four distinct patterns that can be mixed and match for a kitschy yet elegantly monochromatic look. The dinner plates come with two simple white plates dotted with a gray floral pattern, a ribbon plate covered in teardrops and shapes that dance around the rim and a letters plate that has a white background and black abstract letters and numbers. The dinner plates are made of porcelain and are microwave and dishwasher safe. Care: Dishwasher and microwave-safe. Brand: notNeutral. Material: Porcelain. Color: Black, White. Diameter: 10.50”. Weight: 1.85 lbs.
  • notNeutral In-The-Mix 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
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    notNeutral In-The-Mix 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
    This 16-piece set is a mix of four different black-and-white patterns: Links, Letters, Flora and Ribbon. The In-The-Mix 16-piece dinnerware set features four different black-and-white patterns: Links, Letters, Flora and Ribbon. The ultimate casual mix-and-match pattern! Modern, bold and fun, you can even use these pieces with your existing white dinnerware. Keep one pattern at each place setting or mix them up to keep your guests guessing! The 16-piece dinnerware set includes (4) 10.5” dinner plates, (4) 8.25” small plates, (4) 9” rim bowls, (4) 10 oz. LINO mugs. Porcelain. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Oven to table. Sets of four. Designed in Los Angeles; made in Poland.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Amsterdam
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    notNeutral City Plate - Amsterdam
    Part of our eighth series of City Plates, this collection explores departure points for legendary journeys: prospectors seeking their fortunes, explorers setting out for new lands, and importers and exporters shipping vast quantities of goods. Amsterdam—The capital city of the Netherlands began as a small fishing village in the 12th century, named after its origin as a dam on the Amstel river. During the 17th century, Amsterdam entered its Golden Age with the establishment of the Dutch East India Company, quickly becoming the center of a worldwide trading network. The city pioneered modern global finance, inventing share trading and establishing the world’s first stock exchange. The picturesque rings of canals featured on this plate were built during this time for defense, water management, and transport. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key
  • notNeutral Letters 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
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    notNeutral Letters 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
    Mesmerising deconstructed letterforms adorn the surfaces of notNeutral’s eclectic 16-piece Letters Set. Each piece in the set boasts a different pattern that can be mixed and matched with the other pieces in the collection. White dinner plates are decorated with large abstract numbers and letters and use lines and patterns sparingly. Black salad plates gleam with chaotic white abstract numbers and letters. Bowls are simple and dignified with only a few strokes of the paint brush. Care: Dishwasher and microwave-safe. Brand: notNeutral. Material: Porcelain. Color: Black, White.
  • notNeutral Letters Rim Bowl Set of 4
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    notNeutral Letters Rim Bowl Set of 4
    These rim bowls in our Letters Pattern are also part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. Our Letters pattern, originally derived from deconstructed letter forms, turns typeface into modern art. The scale of the design changes from piece to piece within the collection, lending an eclectic yet coordinated look to the dinner table. This 9” diameter Rim Bowl is decorated with three Letters in different thicknesses that move across the bottom of the bowl. Use this bowl for soup, salad, pasta, cereal, and more. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Season 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
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    notNeutral Season 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
    Each set includes four place settings with brown-on-white dinner plates, green-on-white small plates and rim bowls, and LINO coffee mugs! Our iconic Season pattern has its origins on the runways of LA Fashion Week. In 2006, we were commissioned by a local fashion designer, Louis Verdad, to create a runway for his spring collection that would convey his inspiration: "A Sunday in the Park." To evoke this atmosphere, we replaced the front row seats with park benches on grass, and lined the runway with stylized, vibrant cut-outs of garden motifs such as insects and flowers. Now, these leaves, flowers, branches, and butterflies come together in outlines and overlapping solids to form this clean, boldly graphic pattern. Bring nature inside with this playful yet elegant treatment. The 16-piece dinnerware set includes (4) 10.5” dinner plates, (4) 8.25” small plates, (4) 9” rim bowls, and (4) 10 oz. LINO mugs. Porcelain. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Oven to table. Sets of four. Designed in Los Angeles; made in Poland.
  • notNeutral City Plate: London
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    notNeutral City Plate: London
    This London plate celebrates modern building and the power of empire you know, the kind of thing you think about over breakfast as you contemplate taking over the world. This 12-inch plate maps the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace in seemingly abstract designs and shapes, along with other historic and contemporary Londinium landmarks. Major buildings are highlighted in red, while green spaces and public waterways are shown in blue and green. The designs are set on a black background. Each plate comes safely nestled in a collector’s box with a printed key. Single plate only. Care: Dishwasher and microwave-safe. Brand: notNeutral. Material: Porcelain. Color: Multi. Diameter: 12”. Weight: 2.20 lbs.
  • notNeutral City Plate - New York
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    notNeutral City Plate - New York
    Part of our third collection of City Plates. The theme for this third collection is Capital Migration. The theme for this third collection is Capital Migration. Three of the new cities were at one time the seat of government; one became its nation’s capital in 1960. All remain centers of economic power, cultural leaders, and symbols of their country’s national identity. New York - pop 8.2 million. Capital of the U.S. until 1790, New York long ago cemented its reputation as the ‘Capital of the World’. Its huge global influence on finance, trade, politics, and culture has been felt for more than a century, and it is seen around the world as the symbol of the American Dream. It is the most densely populated city on the globe. This fact alone gives New York its absolutely unique urban form. New York was first settled in Lower Manhattan, which accounts for the Old World European layout of downtown (in white). The entire island and parts of Brooklyn are dotted with historic landmarks and civic buildings (in red), including the United Nations building, Grand Central, Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden and the World Trade Center Memorial. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral Brown Links 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
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    notNeutral Brown Links 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
    Each set includes four place settings with brown-and-white dinner plates, small plates, rim bowls, and LINO coffee mugs! Our very first pattern when we launched back in 2001, this pattern was based on the links of a bicycle chain. We were fascinated with the way the links fit together and looked for other ways to “connect” them. This pattern has been used ever since at many different scales, colors, and configurations and continues to be a top seller. The 16-piece dinnerware set includes (4) 10.5” dinner plates, (4) 8.25” small plates, (4) 9” rim bowls, and (4) 10 oz. LINO mugs. The Brown Links dinnerware set is also available with white-on-white dinner plates. Porcelain. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Oven to table. Sets of four. Designed in Los Angeles; made in Poland.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Copenhagen
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    notNeutral City Plate - Copenhagen
    Part of the seventh collection of City Plates. This collection highlights Creative Capitals. The theme for the seventh series of cities, Rio de Janeiro, Austin, Copenhagen, and Tel Aviv, is emerging Creative Capitals. These cities are all making a name for themselves as meccas of innovation in the arts and sciences. Each is renowned for creative expression and experimentation in the forms of dance, music, film, cuisine and technology. As culture and creativity become recognized as driving forces in this global economy, how will this inform future urban agendas? Copenhagen - Copenhagen is ranked among the world’s most livable cities. Not only is this evident in the abundance of parks and water, but even in its public policy. By 2015, it is mandated that all citizens must be able to reach a park or beach on foot in less than 15 minutes. Internationally and historically recognized as a city rich with innovation, Copenhagen continues to be a haven for ingenious architects, designers, and chefs. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate: New York
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    notNeutral City Plate: New York
    notNeutral’s eyecatching New York plate features the first capital city of the United States. The map details Manhattan, from Central Park to the Battery, as well as parts of Brooklyn, Queens and New Jersey. Major parks, like Central Park, are shown in green, where waterways, like the Hudson River and the East River are shown in blue. This 12-inch plate also highlights major buildings in New York City, dotted in persimmon. The dishwasher safe plate comes with a collector’s box and a printed key. Single plate only. Care: Dishwasher and microwave-safe. Brand: notNeutral. Material: Porcelain. Color: Multi. Diameter: 12”. Weight: 2.20 lbs.
  • notNeutral Constellation Plates Set of 4
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    notNeutral Constellation Plates Set of 4
    notNeutral’s Constellation Plate Se t is simply celestial. Glossy black porcelain plates are dotted with white stars and constellations. Stunning on its own, this set also merges seamlessly with your existing dinnerware and makes pieces in notNeutral’s In-The-Mix Series and Map Series pop. The constellation map on each plate is an exact representation of the Los Angeles night sky , making for an instant dinner conversation starter. Care: Dishwasher and microwave-safe. Brand: notNeutral. Material: Porcelain. Color: Black, White. Diameter: 8.25”. Weight: 0.85 lbs.
  • notNeutral Garden Plate - Central Park: North Meadow
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    notNeutral Garden Plate - Central Park: North Meadow
    The Garden Plate collection features notable urban parks and gardens from around the world. While the color palette and graphic language coordinate with our existing City Plate collection (so you can intermix), the Garden Plates focus on the contrast between the organic elements of the highlighted park and the surrounding urban context. The first series showcases New York City's Central Park, the first large-scale (843 acres) public space in the United States, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux in 1858. Each of the four plates highlights a different segment of the Park: the Sheep Meadow, the Great Lawn, the Reservoir, and the North Meadow. Each plate articulates the park's intricate network of roads and bridle paths, trees, and bodies of water to convey the landscape design and to trigger memories of places visitors may have strolled, ridden bikes, played softball, or picnicked. Garden Plate – Central Park: North Meadow. North Meadow– Far from the incessant hum of midtown, the northernmost portion of the Park is a remarkably peaceful zone. This secluded area is home to the North Woods, which was designed to evoke the nearby Adirondack Mountains. Also in this quiet corner is the Harlem Meer (a Dutch word for lake), a thriving habitat for fish, turtles, and waterfowl. In contrast to these wildlife oases, the six-acre Conservatory Garden on the eastern edge of the Park is a sampling of traditional formal gardens. It is composed of 3 smaller gardens each with a distinct style: Italian, French, and English. This segment of the Park is bordered by Harlem to the north, East Harlem to the east, and the northern end of Museum Mile, home to the Museum of the City of New York, El Museo del Barrio, and the Africa Center at the northeast corner of the Park. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate: Los Angeles
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    notNeutral City Plate: Los Angeles
    Unlike most of the maps in notNeutral’s collection of City Plates, this Los Angeles plate includes freeways after all, it doesn’t get more LA than being stuck in traffic. The Los Angeles plate outlines one of the city’s most recognizable characteristics in black and white literally. Abstract green shapes represent Dodger Stadium and Elysian Park. The 12-inch plate also features major Los Angeles buildings in persimmon on a black background. This dishwasher safe plate comes with a collector’s box and a printed key. Single plate only. Care: Dishwasher and microwave-safe. Brand: notNeutral. Material: Porcelain. Color: Multi. Diameter: 12”. Weight: 2.20 lbs.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Melbourne
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    notNeutral City Plate - Melbourne
    Part of our third collection of City Plates. The theme for this third collection is Capital Migration. The theme for this third collection is Capital Migration. Three of the new cities were at one time the seat of government; one became its nation’s capital in 1960. All remain centers of economic power, cultural leaders, and symbols of their country’s national identity. Melbourne - pop. 3.74 million. Though it served as the Australian capital for less than 30 years, Melbourne is marked by its status as a leading city on the international stage of design and fashion. Many refer to it as Australia’s ‘sporting and cultural capital’. Founded in 1835, Melbourne quickly grew into a major financial hub, owing in part to its strategic location on Port Phillip. Although its port system was economically important, the Victorian gold rush of the mid-19th-century transformed Melbourne into a railroad city. Owing to its abundance of parks and gardens, Melbourne is also known as the “Garden City” and is the lushest city in Australia. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral Constellation Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral Constellation Plate Set of 4
    The stars come out at night on this set of four Constellation Plates, the latest addition to our Sky Collection. Connect the dots to outline your favorite constellations, or just refer to this handy key. It pinpoints the location of the constellations above Los Angeles at midnight on the first night of each season. These plates coordinate well with our best-selling City Plate series and Sky dinner plate. Each of the four plates is unique, demonstrating how the constellations move throughout the year. Note how some constellations disappear from view entirely. To orient your gaze, we've included a North arrow. Hold these plates up to the sky and – just like the first astronomers – see what captures your imagination. But finish your dessert first! 8.25” diameter. Porcelain. Oven to table. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Made in Poland.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Cape Town
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    notNeutral City Plate - Cape Town
    Part of our eighth series of City Plates, this collection explores departure points for legendary journeys: prospectors seeking their fortunes, explorers setting out for new lands, and importers and exporters shipping vast quantities of goods. Cape Town - Famous for its harbor, Cape Town is the oldest city in South Africa and one of the most multicultural cities in the world. The emergence of Cape Town was a result of its strategic location on the trade route between Europe and Asia, where it served as an outpost to resupply ships on their journey. Consequently, the city has been a major destination for immigrants and expatriates to South Africa. The legacy of all this migration is a rich tapestry of cultures from around the world that is still evident today. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key
  • notNeutral City Plate: Melbourne
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    notNeutral City Plate: Melbourne
    notNeutral’s collection of city plates feature popular city maps in abstract designs. Each plate has a city’s downtown rendered in bright blue, green, persimmon and white. This 12-inch plate has the city of Melbourne’s downtown area printed in black and is dotted with popular landmarks. Rivers, lakes and green spaces weave through the streets in squiggly lines and bright pops of color. Part of notNeutral's Capital Migration collection, this plate comes with its own box and printed key. Single plate only. Care: Dishwasher and microwave-safe. Brand: notNeutral. Material: Porcelain. Color: Multi. Diameter: 12”. Weight: 2.20 lbs.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Rio de Janeiro
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    notNeutral City Plate - Rio de Janeiro
    Part of the seventh collection of City Plates. This collection highlights Creative Capitals. The theme for the seventh series of cities, Rio de Janeiro, Austin, Copenhagen, and Tel Aviv, is emerging Creative Capitals. These cities are all making a name for themselves as meccas of innovation in the arts and sciences. Each is renowned for creative expression and experimentation in the forms of dance, music, film, cuisine and technology. As culture and creativity become recognized as driving forces in this global economy, how will this inform future urban agendas? Rio de Janeiro - Home of Carnival and the samba, and host of the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics, Rio has put itself front and center on the world stage. Already one of the most visited cities in the southern hemisphere, Rio has breathtaking landscapes, including sun-drenched beaches and its infamous favelas. With the help of government funding and corporate tax rebates, Rio is now promoting its image as a world-class art destination, launching numerous fine art, performing art, and cultural initiatives including the contemporary art fair, ArtRio, as well as galleries and museums. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral Garden Plate - Central Park: Sheep Meadow
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    notNeutral Garden Plate - Central Park: Sheep Meadow
    The Garden Plate collection features notable urban parks and gardens from around the world. While the color palette and graphic language coordinate with our existing City Plate collection (so you can intermix), the Garden Plates focus on the contrast between the organic elements of the highlighted park and the surrounding urban context. The first series showcases New York City's Central Park, the first large-scale (843 acres) public space in the United States, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux in 1858. Each of the four plates highlights a different segment of the Park: the Sheep Meadow, the Great Lawn, the Reservoir, and the North Meadow. Each plate articulates the park's intricate network of roads and bridle paths, trees, and bodies of water to convey the landscape design and to trigger memories of places visitors may have strolled, ridden bikes, played softball, or picnicked. Garden Plate – Central Park: Sheep Meadow. Sheep Meadow – This plate covers the southernmost end of the Park, and includes an arc of midtown Manhattan. Grand Army Plaza serves as the official gateway to the Park's southeastern corner. Visitors who enter the Park from midtown encounter popular destinations like the Pond, the Zoo, Wollman Rink, and the Carousel. The expansive 15-acre Sheep Meadow is the most famous lawn in the Park. Once home to a flock of purebred sheep, this site has hosted everything from demonstrations to concerts, not to mention a regular audience of sunbathers and kite flyers. Another prominent feature is the 12,000-foot-long Mall, populated by one of the largest remaining stands of rare American Elms. Notable architectural landmarks in the neighborhood surrounding the Park include the Museum of Art + Design at Columbus Circle, Carnegie Hall, the Plaza Hotel, and the Frick Collection. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate: Paris
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    notNeutral City Plate: Paris
    The City of Lights is unmistakable, even when it’s printed on a plate. Though the map is an abstract representation of the city itself, it’s undeniably Paris. Part of notNeutral’s collection of city plates, the Paris plate celebrates visionary thinking and architectural and cultural accomplishments. Iconic landmarks like the Arc du Triomphe and Les Halles dot a black and white background. The dishwasher safe plate comes with a collector’s box and a printed key. Single plate only. Care: Dishwasher and microwave-safe. Brand: notNeutral. Material: Porcelain. Color: Multi. Diameter: 12”. Weight: 2.20 lbs.
  • notNeutral Brown Links 16-Piece Dinnerware Set w/ White-on-White Dinner Plates
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    notNeutral Brown Links 16-Piece Dinnerware Set w/ White-on-White Dinner Plates
    Each set includes four place settings with brown-and-white dinner plates, small plates, rim bowls, and LINO coffee mugs! Our very first pattern when we launched back in 2001, this pattern was based on the links of a bicycle chain. We were fascinated with the way the links fit together and looked for other ways to “connect” them. This pattern has been used ever since at many different scales, colors, and configurations and continues to be a top seller. The 16-piece dinnerware set includes (4) 10.5” dinner plates, (4) 8.25” small plates, (4) 9” rim bowls, and (4) 10 oz. LINO mugs. The Brown Links dinnerware set is also available with brown-on-white dinner plates. Porcelain. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Oven to table. Sets of four. Designed in Los Angeles; made in Poland.
  • Cooper Hewitt/notNeutral Coupe Plates Set of 4
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    Cooper Hewitt/notNeutral Coupe Plates Set of 4
    notNeutral has partnered with the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City to debut a line of tabletop pieces featuring designs from the museum’s collection. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is the only museum in the country devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design. The museum educates, inspires, and empowers people through design, presenting compelling educational programs, exhibitions, and publications. Known for its comprehensive and diverse collections, Cooper Hewitt’s international holdings span thirty centuries through the present day and total more than 200,000 design objects. This collaboration with notNeutral draws upon the museum’s rich history and takes pieces from the collection and gives them new life. This inaugural series features a selection of textile patterns designed by artists Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser during the early 1900’s Wiener Werkstätte era. These black-and-white patterns were chosen for their bold, graphic quality with the intention that they could be mixed and matched with each other. The designs are adapted to decorate our iconic LINO mugs, a set of four small plates, coasters, and wood serving trays. These pieces can be used with anyone’s existing white dinnerware as an ensemble or one piece at a time to create an eye-catching table setting. Features: Set of four coupe plates, each with a unique pattern. Material: fine porcelain, dishwasher and microwave safe. Size: 8.5” diameter
  • notNeutral City Plate - Mumbai
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    notNeutral City Plate - Mumbai
    Part of our fifth collection of City Plates. This collection celebrates Visionary Thinking. The culmination of the notNeutral City Plate collection celebrates Visionary Thinking and takes a look at four great cities - Paris, Chicago, Montreal and Mumbai - and examines the past, present, and future of innovative architecture and design. Mumbai - pop. 13.5 million. With an estimated population of 13.5 million, Mumbai (formerly Bombay) is the most populated city in the world. It is one of those cities constantly being listed as one of the ‘fastest, biggest, densest’ -- a city of the new world order. It is the product of major feats of civil engineering that merged an archipelago of islands into an amalgamated mass of activity. Might we suggest a 2020 World’s Fair in Mumbai that showcases 21st century imagination and creates monuments that speak to our hope for the future? One of the most arresting designs in the collection, this city plate features a dramatic blue swath of The Arabian Sea. Noted landmarks include the tony Malabar Point (in red) and the Gateway of India and Taj Majal Hotel (also in red) along the Mumbai Harbor (in blue.) These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral Black Links 16-Piece Dinnerware
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    notNeutral Black Links 16-Piece Dinnerware
    The seemingly abstract design on notNeutral’s Black Links Collection is inspired by a bicycle chain the perfect gift for mod-loving bikers in your life. The salad plates have three abstract black shapes with white cutouts set against a white background. The bowls are a little simpler with one large shape and cutout on a white background. The white dinner plates have a light gray link pattern that appears a little busier than the salad plates’ or bowls’ patterns. Four white LINO mugs round out the set. Care: Dishwasher and microwave-safe. Brand: notNeutral. Material: Porcelain. Color: Black, White.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Los Angeles
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    notNeutral City Plate - Los Angeles
    Part of our first collection of City Plates. The theme of the first collection is City as Gateway. The theme of the first collection is City as Gateway and the cities chosen are Los Angeles, Shanghai, Cairo and Berlin. With this theme we asked: how is each city dealing with the effects of agglomeration as its population begins to reach critical mass? Los Angeles. The Los Angeles plate design, ringed with freeways, shows that what used to be labeled ‘sprawl’, is now being looked at as a model for modern development. A deep green mass represents Dodger Stadium and Elysian Park; and vivid persimmon icons represent key buildings in the city’s historic core. Los Angeles, with the port of Long Beach, is the largest port in North America, and is vital to trade with Asia and the Pacific Rim. The city, thanks to its youth and love of the automobile, has also developed in a singular way that runs counter to the traditional condensed urban cores of East Coast cities. As cities’ populations grow and cities themselves drift towards each other, the multiple-city-center approach of Los Angeles is becoming more and more familiar. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plates-Collection 8
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    notNeutral City Plates-Collection 8
    Collection 8 of four City Plates, the theme of which is Points of Departure: Seattle, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, and Cape Town. For each of these cities featured on the plate, we highlight departure points for legendary journeys: prospectors seeking their fortunes, explorers setting out for new lands, and importers and exporters shipping vast quantities of goods. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in vivid blue and green. The plates’ designs portray a bold, graphic representation of four distinctly fascinating cities. Seattle, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Cape Town. 12" diameter Porcelain. Individually boxed with Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Las Vegas
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    notNeutral City Plate - Las Vegas
    Part of our second collection of City Plates. The theme of the first collection is Culture and Capital(ism). The theme of this second collection is Culture and Capital(ism) and the cities chosen are New Orleans and Washington, D.C., both rich in history and culture, and the booming megalopolises of Las Vegas and Dubai. With this theme we asked: how does a capital investment in manufacturing culture impact city form? Las Vegas – pop. 1.8 million. The capital of sin. Compared to New Orleans – and most other American cities – the amount of capital flowing into Las Vegas is staggering. According to the latest estimates, Las Vegas gaming revenues in 2006 totaled about $6.5 billion. Big dollars mean big development; the Vegas building boom is shown on the plate in red. The mammoth scale of Las Vegas’ casinos is stunning when compared to the White House or the Capitol building seen on the Washington, D.C. plate. The glitzy Vegas strip is shown in white and water is rendered in blue. Other plates in the collection feature large expanses of natural blue water, but the only notable water in Las Vegas resides in the pools and fountains dotted along the Strip. The amount of green space found in the Vegas plate design is also miniscule. Lacking in large, public, outdoor spaces, the green area does not represent public parks; it instead denotes private golf courses. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral Black Flora Small Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral Black Flora Small Plate Set of 4
    Small plates in our Black Flora Pattern are also part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. This is a cheeky version of our Flora pattern. White flowers on an intense Black background make it delightfully spirited. From tiny to oversized, this pattern keeps things interesting at the table as it changes scale from piece to piece throughout the collection.This 8.25” diameter plate is great for sandwiches, salads and desserts. This plate features an all-over print White flowers on an Black background. Mix any of the Black Flora pieces with the Black Ribbon dishes to give the Flora a little more edge. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Boston
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    notNeutral City Plate - Boston
    Part of the sixth collection of City Plates. This Collection honors the American Dream. The sixth series of cities is presented on a white background with the addition of topographic details delineated in taupe. Each of the cities in the series - Boston, San Francisco, Hollywood, Palm Springs - has inspired the spirit of the American Dream. Whether it was freedom from religious persecution, the promise of fortune and fame, or the desire for a golden age of leisure, that instigated the proliferation of these four cities in particular, they are all landmarks -historically and architecturally- that represent the persistence of a national ethos that is full of ambition and optimism. Boston – One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston was founded by Puritan colonists escaping religious persecution. It is a city established upon the spirit of independence, the same spirit which led many of the city’s citizens to play a prominent role in the American Revolution. Many of the sites relating to this period are included along the Freedom Trail, delineated on the plate by a persimmon dashed line. The city is also the site of pivotal firsts, including the country’s first public school and subway system. These porcelain plates measure 12” across. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while bodies of water and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral Black Flora Rim Bowl Set of 4
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    notNeutral Black Flora Rim Bowl Set of 4
    Rim Bowl in our Black Flora Pattern is also part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. This is a cheeky version of our Flora pattern. White flowers on an intense Black background make it delightfully spirited. From tiny to oversized, this pattern keeps things interesting at the table as it changes scale from piece to piece throughout the collection. This 9” diameter Rim Bowl is decorated with one Black flower and scattered starry leaves on a White background. Use this bowl for soup, salad, pasta, cereal, and more. Mix any of the Black pieces with the Black Ribbon dishes to give the Flora a little more edge. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral SKY Dinner Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral SKY Dinner Plate Set of 4
    The subtle, white-on-white, Sky dinner plate is designed to coordinate with our City Plates. While the vividly colored City Plates depict a view from approximately 36,000 feet above sea level (the average altitude of a transcontinental flight), the Sky dinner plate represents an entirely different perspective: from the surface of the earth looking up… above and beyond the the clouds. The only decoration on the plate is the linear trace of contrails. Look carefully and you might even find a plane caught mid-flight. The minimal graphic of this 10.5" dinner plate will serve as a clean backdrop to any meal you serve. When used in a formal place setting alongside the the City Plates, the Sky dinner plate provides the perfect contrast. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed
  • notNeutral City Plate - Seattle
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    notNeutral City Plate - Seattle
    Part of our eighth series of City Plates, this collection explores departure points for legendary journeys: prospectors seeking their fortunes, explorers setting out for new lands, and importers and exporters shipping vast quantities of goods. Seattle—The most dramatic growth spurt in Seattle’s history occurred during the Klondike Gold Rush of 1897. Advertising itself as the “Gateway to the Gold Fields,” the Port of Seattle quickly became the primary supply and transport point for prospectors heading to the Yukon. Throughout the 20th century, Seattle grew in both population and prominence, hosting a world’s fair in 1962, and eventually serving as the incubator for now globally recognized companies like Boeing, Starbucks, and Amazon. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key
  • notNeutral City Plate - Austin
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    notNeutral City Plate - Austin
    Part of the seventh collection of City Plates. This collection highlights Creative Capitals. The theme for the seventh series of cities, Rio de Janeiro, Austin, Copenhagen, and Tel Aviv, is emerging Creative Capitals. These cities are all making a name for themselves as meccas of innovation in the arts and sciences. Each is renowned for creative expression and experimentation in the forms of dance, music, film, cuisine and technology. As culture and creativity become recognized as driving forces in this global economy, how will this inform future urban agendas? Austin - Consistently listed as one of the fastest growing cities in the US, Austin is populated by upstart musicians, techies, filmmakers, and foodies. Declaring itself “The Live Music Capital of the World”, the city is host to both the longest-running concert music program on American television, Austin City Limits, and SXSW, the largest music festival of its kind in the world. SXSW is now considered the premier venue for showcasing music, film, and interactive design talent from around the world. The city is also home to prominent tech development centers and headquarters. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Hong Kong
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    notNeutral City Plate - Hong Kong
    Part of our eighth series of City Plates, this collection explores departure points for legendary journeys: prospectors seeking their fortunes, explorers setting out for new lands, and importers and exporters shipping vast quantities of goods. Hong Kong - Characterized by its deep natural harbor, Hong Kong is one of the busiest ports in the world, supporting the globe’s largest re-export economy, which distributes manufactured goods from mainland China to the rest of the world. The city has established a transportation and logistics infrastructure that includes one of the world’s busiest container ports as well as the world’s busiest airport for international cargo. The plate highlights Victoria Harbor, which is situated between the industrial port area of Hong Kong Island and the tourist and commercial center of the Kowloon Peninsula. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key
  • notNeutral City Plate - Mexico City
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    notNeutral City Plate - Mexico City
    Part of our fourth collection of City Plates. The theme for this fourth collection is Empire Building. The theme for this fourth collection is Empire Building and takes a look at the global impact of Empires on settlement patterns, national borders, cultural identity, and modern city form. These four ancient cities are compared at their height with their modern cityscapes today. Mexico City - pop. 19.6 million. The first incarnation of Mexico City was as Tenochtitlan during the Aztec Empire. The historic core, the area in white in the center of the plate, is inspired by Aztec city planning and overlaps the Baroque city planning that was brought to the Americas by the Spanish. Spanish colonialists expanded their empire through conquests in the Americas and brought an entirely new form of architecture to Mexico City. This is seen in the very Baroque designs along Paseo de la Reforma (in green) which tells of the city’s transformation along its central extension. The great Chapultepec Park (in green) at the one end houses both the Natural History Museum and the National Anthropology Museum (both in persimmon) stand in congruence with the great urban respite farther down the Paseo de la Reforma, the Alameda Central (in green). On the other side of that, the Zocalo ends this central corridor. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - San Francisco
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    notNeutral City Plate - San Francisco
    Part of the sixth collection of City Plates. This Collection honors the American Dream. The sixth series of cities is presented on a white background with the addition of topographic details delineated in taupe. Each of the cities in the series - Boston, San Francisco, Hollywood, Palm Springs - has inspired the spirit of the American Dream. Whether it was freedom from religious persecution, the promise of fortune and fame, or the desire for a golden age of leisure, that instigated the proliferation of these four cities in particular, they are all landmarks -historically and architecturally- that represent the persistence of a national ethos that is full of ambition and optimism. San Francisco - The California Gold Rush put San Francisco on the map for tens of thousands of Americans and immigrants from around the world who were in search of buried treasure. What was once a small settlement became a boomtown connected to the rest of world by sea and rail. The pioneering and entrepreneurial outlook that helped San Francisco recover from the devastating earthquake and fire of 1906 is a quality that is still palpable in the city today. These porcelain plates measure 12” across. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while bodies of water and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Dubai
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    notNeutral City Plate - Dubai
    Part of our second collection of City Plates. The theme of the first collection is Culture and Capital(ism). The theme of this second collection is Culture and Capital(ism) and the cities chosen are New Orleans and Washington, D.C., both rich in history and culture, and the booming megalopolises of Las Vegas and Dubai. With this theme we asked: how does a capital investment in manufacturing culture impact city form? Dubai – pop. 1.5 million. A city where man-made islands are fashioned in the shape of palm trees and plans for the world’s first rotating skyscraper are underway – Dubai is Las Vegas on steroids. The city’s erratic, spiraling layout is the combined result of a rich history that dates to at least 3000 B.C. and the contemporary drive to create and contain the perfect artificial environment. The Dubai plate is distinguished by the vast blue expanse of the Persian Gulf that is kept at bay by the city’s strange, mesmerizing form, a form that owes its unique patterns to the current, unceasing explosion of commerce and trade. Along the shore is Jebel Ali, the largest man-made harbour in the world. With 67 berths it is the biggest port in the Middle East. The areas in persimmon depict highlights of the robust architectural development in the city, including the Burj Dubai, which became the world’s largest skyscraper on July 21, 2007. The sprawling Dubai International airport is seen in white along the edge of the plate, its mammoth scale eclipsing the tiny Reagan National airport seen on the Washington, D.C. plate. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - New Orleans
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    notNeutral City Plate - New Orleans
    Part of our second collection of City Plates. The theme of the first collection is Culture and Capital(ism). The theme of this second collection is Culture and Capital(ism) and the cities chosen are New Orleans and Washington, D.C., both rich in history and culture, and the booming megalopolises of Las Vegas and Dubai. With this theme we asked: how does a capital investment in manufacturing culture impact city form? New Orleans - pop. 485,000 (2006); 1.4 million (pre-Katrina) America’s capital of culture – devastated by floods during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The massive scale of the flooding is frightfully apparent; the white areas on this particular plate represent the parts of the city that were flooded. The Mississippi River curves across the plate in a swath of blue; Audubon Park – on the river’s bank – and City Park, adjacent to Lake Pontchartrain, are rendered in green. While two other cities immortalized in the series – Las Vegas and Dubai – are experiencing record influxes of capital and growth, New Orleans is still struggling. One of America’s richest cultural bastions, New Orleans is still in need of a tremendous capital infusion. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this plate will go toward helping to ensure the enduring legacy of City Park, a 1,300-acre park that experienced damage to its grounds, trees, infrastructure and facilities. Currently our donations contribute to their capital campaign to help grow the park for years to come. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key. Buy the plate.. we send money to City Park in New Orleans.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Brasilia
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    notNeutral City Plate - Brasilia
    Part of our third collection of City Plates. The theme for this third collection is Capital Migration. The theme for this third collection is Capital Migration. Three of the new cities were at one time the seat of government; one became its nation’s capital in 1960. All remain centers of economic power, cultural leaders, and symbols of their country’s national identity. Brasilia - pop 2.5 million. Brasilia, a very new city whose 41-month construction began in 1956, was inaugurated in April 1960, when the government migrated from Brazil’s two former capitals, Rio de Janeiro and Salvador. Brasilia is futuristic and ambitious; it was principally designed by Lucia Costa and Oscar Niemeyer in what has been termed the "Pilot Plan". A huge influx of migrants instantly created a larger city than any planner had ever envisioned, and continues to keep Brasilia on the map as a growing city. A percentage of all Brasilia City Plate sales will be donated to the Amazon Conservation Team (ACT), a nonprofit group that helps displaced local tribes protect their forest, culture, and ancient system of healing that uses the forest’s abundant botanical resources; at the same time, the tribes are offered job opportunities, education, and clean water. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Shanghai
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    notNeutral City Plate - Shanghai
    Part of our first collection of City Plates. The theme of the first collection is City as Gateway. The theme of the first collection is City as Gateway and the cities chosen are Los Angeles, Shanghai, Cairo and Berlin. With this theme we asked: how is each city dealing with the effects of agglomeration as its population begins to reach critical mass? Shanghai. Shanghai, the largest commercial and financial power in China, is one of the largest ports in Asia. Its central location on China’s Pacific coast has made the city a major gateway between China and the Western world. The city’s urban center has a unique organic form, caused in part by the wide curve of the Huangpu River, which bisects the city and comes across as a dramatic swath of blue on the plate. The areas allotted to foreign powers after the Opium Wars – the British, French, and Americans – reflect the grid-form of traditional Western city planning. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Tokyo
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    notNeutral City Plate - Tokyo
    Part of our fourth collection of City Plates. The theme for this fourth collection is Empire Building. The theme for this fourth collection is Empire Building and takes a look at the global impact of Empires on settlement patterns, national borders, cultural identity, and modern city form. These four ancient cities are compared at their height with their modern cityscapes today. Tokyo - pop. 33.2 million. Tokyo began as a settlement named Edo (noted in white), which by the mid-1600s was the center of a shogun powerbase that had a nationwide military presence. In 1869 Emperor Meiji renamed the city and claimed it as the seat of the Japanese Empire. Twice left in ruins, after the Great Kanto earthquake in 1923 and extensive firebombing in WWII, the city rebuilt itself, peaking in the 1980s during its real estate and technology boom. Tokyo has continued to build upon itself, building on top old ruins to make way for the new in a city with intense density. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Berlin
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    notNeutral City Plate - Berlin
    Part of our first collection of City Plates. The theme of the first collection is City as Gateway. The theme of the first collection is City as Gateway and the cities chosen are Los Angeles, Shanghai, Cairo and Berlin. With this theme we asked: how is each city dealing with the effects of agglomeration as its population begins to reach critical mass? Berlin. Berlin is the geographical center of Europe. The dramatic white band on the plate marks where the Berlin Wall once stood. Though the reunification of East and West Berlin has not been easy, the fall of the Wall has led to the sharing of ideas and art, and has shaped Europe’s post-Cold War future. Berlin is consistently heralded as a modern marvel, and is regarded as one of the world’s great showcases of architectural freedom and expression. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. 12" diameter. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Boxed with printed key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Cairo
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    notNeutral City Plate - Cairo
    Part of our first collection of City Plates. The theme of the first collection is City as Gateway. The theme of the first collection is City as Gateway and the cities chosen are Los Angeles, Shanghai, Cairo and Berlin. With this theme we asked: how is each city dealing with the effects of agglomeration as its population begins to reach critical mass? Cairo. Cairo is Africa’s largest city as well as the cultural center of the Middle East. It lies at the center of three continents, serving as the primary gateway between Europe, Africa, and Asia. Cairo lies along the banks and on the small islands of the majestic Nile river, which runs dramatically through the center of the plate design. The large white edge of the plate represents the vast desert in surprisingly close proximity, just outside the city’s border. The 1863 completion of the Suez Canal brought a large number of Westerners, along with significant investment. It also brought a re-imagining of the city center, and using the standard design of European cities—especially Paris—Cairo transformed into the modern megalopolis it is today. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Boxed with printed key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Palm Springs
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    notNeutral City Plate - Palm Springs
    Part of the sixth collection of City Plates. This Collection honors the American Dream. The sixth series of cities is presented on a white background with the addition of topographic details delineated in taupe. Each of the cities in the series - Boston, San Francisco, Hollywood, Palm Springs - has inspired the spirit of the American Dream. Whether it was freedom from religious persecution, the promise of fortune and fame, or the desire for a golden age of leisure, that instigated the proliferation of these four cities in particular, they are all landmarks -historically and architecturally- that represent the persistence of a national ethos that is full of ambition and optimism. This desert city became a recreational and health retreat for vacationers (famous and infamous alike) seeking dry heat and seclusion. Residents and architects embraced the open air climate and lifestyle engendering the design style of “Desert Modernism”. Nestled up against the dramatic San Jacinto mountains the cityscape is distinctive for its collection of notable historic architecture as well as the remarkable quantity of pools which are duly noted on the plate in blue. These porcelain plates measure 12” across. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while bodies of water and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral Black Links 16-Piece Dinnerware Set w/ White-on-White Dinner Plates
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    notNeutral Black Links 16-Piece Dinnerware Set w/ White-on-White Dinner Plates
    Each set includes four place settings with brown-and-white dinner plates, small plates, rim bowls, and LINO coffee mugs! Our very first pattern when we launched back in 2001, this pattern was based on the links of a bicycle chain. We were fascinated with the way the links fit together and looked for other ways to “connect” them. This pattern has been used ever since at many different scales, colors, and configurations and continues to be a top seller. The 16-piece dinnerware set includes (4) 10.5” dinner plates, (4) 8.25” small plates, (4) 9” rim bowls, and (4) 10 oz. LINO mugs. The Black Links dinnerware set is also available with black-on-white dinner plates. Porcelain. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Oven to table. Sets of four. Designed in Los Angeles; made in Poland.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Washington DC
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    notNeutral City Plate - Washington DC
    Part of our second collection of City Plates. The theme of the first collection is Culture and Capital(ism). The theme of this second collection is Culture and Capital(ism) and the cities chosen are New Orleans and Washington, D.C., both rich in history and culture, and the booming megalopolises of Las Vegas and Dubai. With this theme we asked: how does a capital investment in manufacturing culture impact city form? Washington D.C. pop. 5.3 million. Founded in 1790 along the banks of the Potomac, the planned city’s layout was influenced by the Baroque style (the prominent style of the day for planned cities in the U.S.) and drafted by Pierre Charles L’Enfant, a French architect who arrived with Gen. Lafayette during the Revolution. The National Mall, rendered in bright green, is expansive, taking up as much space as the main stretch of the Las Vegas Strip. The Potomac River, depicted in blue, bisects the plate and is the border between Washington, D.C. and Virginia. The green areas along the Virginia side of the plate are Rock Creek Park, which is twice the size of Central Park, and the enormous. Arlington National Cemetery. The Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Capitol, and the White House are represented in red, but appear tiny when compared to the mammoth structures seen in Vegas and Dubai. The large red Pentagon is unmistakable. Covering nearly 30 acres, it is the only building in the city with a scale that eclipses Vegas’ giant casinos. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Hollywood
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    notNeutral City Plate - Hollywood
    Part of the sixth collection of City Plates. This Collection honors the American Dream. The sixth series of cities is presented on a white background with the addition of topographic details delineated in taupe. Each of the cities in the series - Boston, San Francisco, Hollywood, Palm Springs - has inspired the spirit of the American Dream. Whether it was freedom from religious persecution, the promise of fortune and fame, or the desire for a golden age of leisure, that instigated the proliferation of these four cities in particular, they are all landmarks -historically and architecturally- that represent the persistence of a national ethos that is full of ambition and optimism. Hollywood - From its inception, Hollywood has projected the image of itself as a place where anything can happen. As a district within the city of Los Angeles, Hollywood encompasses a reservoir, canyons, a municipal park, a freeway, expansive commercial boulevards, quiet residential communities and massive studio lots. This plate illustrates the idiosyncracies of the region where all things aspirational and gaudy, natural and artificial, converge. The Hollywood Walk of Fame is highlighted with a red dashed line. To the east is a green dashed outline over a portion of the 101 Freeway, indicating the future site of the Hollywood Central Park. These porcelain plates measure 12” across. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while bodies of water and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Tel Aviv
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    notNeutral City Plate - Tel Aviv
    Part of the seventh collection of City Plates. This collection highlights Creative Capitals. The theme for the seventh series of cities, Rio de Janeiro, Austin, Copenhagen, and Tel Aviv, is emerging Creative Capitals. These cities are all making a name for themselves as meccas of innovation in the arts and sciences. Each is renowned for creative expression and experimentation in the forms of dance, music, film, cuisine and technology. As culture and creativity become recognized as driving forces in this global economy, how will this inform future urban agendas? Tel Aviv - Tel Aviv was Originally planned as a garden city with an inclusive urban plan for the refuge of immigrants pouring into the city after Israel’s founding. In the 1930s an influx of German Jewish architects fleeing Europe transformed Tel Aviv into “The White City,” building the largest concentration of Bauhaus style architecture in the world. Now, Tel Aviv is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In recent years the city has experienced another visible urban evolution due to a flourishing technology sector and a burst of entrepreneurship through international partnerships. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral Letters 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
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    notNeutral Letters 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
    Each set includes four place settings with black-and-white dinner plates, small plates, rim bowls, and LINO coffee mugs! Our Letters pattern, originally derived from deconstructed letter forms, turns typeface into abstract line work. The scale of the design changes from piece to piece within the collection, lending an eclectic yet coordinated look to the dinner table. The 16-piece dinnerware set includes (4) 10.5” dinner plates, (4) 8.25” small plates, (4) 9” rim bowls, and (4) 10 oz. LINO mugs. The Letters pattern is also a part of our In-The-Mix collection. Porcelain. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Oven to table. Sets of four. Designed in Los Angeles; made in Poland.
  • notNeutral Letters Small Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral Letters Small Plate Set of 4
    Small Plate in our Letters Pattern is also part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. Our Letters pattern, originally derived from deconstructed letter forms, turns typeface into modern art. The scale of the design changes from piece to piece within the collection, lending an eclectic yet coordinated look to the dinner table. This 8.25” diameter plate is great for sandwiches, salads or desserts. Here the White Letters are woven together on a Black background. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Ribbon 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
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    notNeutral Ribbon 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
    Each set includes four place settings with black-and-white dinner plates, small plates, rim bowls, and LINO coffee mugs! Based on the Guilloché engravings used to make money harder to copy, our Ribbon pattern explores variations on interwoven lines. Guilloché is a decorative engraving technique of scratching very fine lines into a plate to create an intricate pattern. We were specifically interested in how it was used on money and looked at the pattern in detail: at the interwoven loops, the cadence and at what happens when two areas overlapped. The 16-piece dinnerware set includes (4) 10.5” dinner plates, (4) 8.25” small plates, (4) 9” rim bowls, and (4) 10 oz. LINO mugs. The Ribbon pattern is also a part of our In-The-Mix collection. Porcelain. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Oven to table. Sets of four. Designed in Los Angeles; made in Poland.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Chicago
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    notNeutral City Plate - Chicago
    Part of our fifth collection of City Plates. This collection celebrates Visionary Thinking. The culmination of the notNeutral City Plate collection celebrates Visionary Thinking and takes a look at four great cities - Paris, Chicago, Montreal and Mumbai - and examines the past, present, and future of innovative architecture and design. Chicago - pop 2.8 million. The Columbian Exposition was more than just a World’s Fair: it inspired a sense of wonder and put Chicago on the cultural map. It also served to show the world that the city had risen from the ashes of the Great Chicago Fire, which had destroyed much of the city in 1871. The city has since became a breeding ground for great architecture. Chicago continues to embrace innovation, providing affordable housing in accessible, economically sound communities, and is considered a leader in fostering social, economic, and environmental sustainability. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral In The Mix Small Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral In The Mix Small Plate Set of 4
    These small plates are a mix of four different Black and White patterns: Links, Letters, Flora and Ribbon. The ultimate mix and match pattern! Four Small Plates one of each pattern: Links, Letters, Flora and Ribbon. Modern, bold and fun, you can use these pieces with your existing white dinnerware..or buy this set in multiples for your next buffet dinner party. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral City Plates-Collection 7
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    notNeutral City Plates-Collection 7
    Collection 7 of four City Plates, the theme of which is Creative Capitals: Rio de Janeiro, Austin, Copenhagen, and Tel Aviv. The theme for the seventh series of cities, Rio de Janeiro, Austin, Copenhagen, and Tel Aviv, is emerging Creative Capitals. These cities are all making a name for themselves as meccas of innovation in the arts and sciences. Each is renowned for creative expression and experimentation in the forms of dance, music, film, cuisine and technology. As culture and creativity become recognized as driving forces in this global economy, how will this inform future urban agendas? Rio de Janeiro, Austin, Copenhagen, Tel Aviv. 12" diameter Porcelain. Individually boxed with key
  • notNeutral City Plate - London
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    notNeutral City Plate - London
    Part of our fourth collection of City Plates. The theme for this fourth collection is Empire Building. The theme for this fourth collection is Empire Building and takes a look at the global impact of Empires on settlement patterns, national borders, cultural identity, and modern city form. These four ancient cities are compared at their height with their modern cityscapes today. London - pop. 13.9 million. This former Roman outpost was established as the seat of British power by William the Conqueror. The city underwent two major catastrophes in rapid succession: a plague in 1665 and a fire in 1666 that wiped out 85% of its buildings. By the age of industrialization, London was not only a thoroughly modern city, but also the seat of a vast colonial empire that served as model for the development patterns of its new settlements. Today, London is a sprawling city, large enough to accommodate strikingly modern architecture along with relics of the past, an evolution of city form that writes its history into the urban landscape. The large white area ties together the location of the original Roman Settlement with the Tower of London (in persimmon) to the center of the Empire with Buckingham Palace (in persimmon). These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral Blue Flora Small Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral Blue Flora Small Plate Set of 4
    These small plates are decorated with an all over version on our Flora pattern in Light Blue on White. Delicate flowers mingle with angular thorns in our Flora design. From tiny to oversized, this pattern keeps things interesting at the table as it changes scale from piece to piece throughout the collection. This 8.25” diameter plate is great for sandwiches, salads and desserts. This plate features an all-over print White flowers on an Ozone Blue background. Mix any of the Blue Flora pieces with the Brown Links or Black Ribbon dishes to give the Flora a little more edge. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Ribbon Dinner Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral Ribbon Dinner Plate Set of 4
    Dinner Plates in our Ribbon Pattern are also part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. Based on the Guilloché engravings used to make money harder to copy, our Ribbon pattern explores variations of interwoven lines, making this collection one of a kind. This 10.5” diameter dinner plate features an inverse of our Ribbon pattern in Black along its outer rim for a striking effect. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Brown Links Small Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral Brown Links Small Plate Set of 4
    These Chocolate Brown small plates are great for sandwiches, salads or desserts. This collection’s unique pattern was originally inspired by the links of a bicycle chain. The design changes scale from piece to piece playing with negative space along the way. Lending an eclectic yet pulled together look to the dinner table. This 8.25” diameter plate is great for sandwiches, salads and desserts. Here three of the Links are blown up for a bold look. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral City Plates-Collection 6
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    notNeutral City Plates-Collection 6
    Collection 6 of four City Plates the theme of which is American Dreams: Boston, San Francisco, Hollywood, Palm Springs. The sixth series of cities is presented on a white background with the addition of topographic details delineated in taupe. Each of the cities in the series - Boston, San Francisco, Hollywood, Palm Springs - has inspired the spirit of the American Dream. Whether it was freedom from religious persecution, the promise of fortune and fame, or the desire for a golden age of leisure, that instigated the proliferation of these four cities in particular, they are all landmarks -historically and architecturally- that represent the persistence of a national ethos that is full of ambition and optimism. Boston, San Francisco, Hollywood, Palm Springs. 12" diameter Porcelain. Individually boxed with Key.
  • notNeutral Season Small Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral Season Small Plate Set of 4
    This White on Green pattern of seasonal elements (leaves, flowers, birds and butterflies) create a fresh plate for a piece of chocolate cake. Flowers, leaves and butterflies come together in outlines and overlapping solids to form this clean, modern graphic pattern. Bring nature inside with this playful yet elegant treatment. These 8.25" diameter Green Season Small Plates add a stunning layer on top of solid tree on the Brown Season Dinner Plate. The background is green with white leaves, flowers, birds and butterflies. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral White Links Dinner Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral White Links Dinner Plate Set of 4
    The dinner plates are decorated with a variation on our Black Links pattern. This collection’s unique pattern was originally inspired by the links of a bicycle chain. The design changes scale from piece to piece playing with negative space along the way. Lending an eclectic yet pulled together look to the dinner table. This 10.5” diameter dinner plate features the Links pattern in White on Black making a lacey trim along its outer rim. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Blue Flora Rim Bowl Set of 4
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    notNeutral Blue Flora Rim Bowl Set of 4
    These Small Plates are decorated with an all over version on our Flora pattern in Light Blue on White. Delicate flowers mingle with angular thorns in our Flora design. From tiny to oversized, this pattern keeps things interesting at the table as it changes scale from piece to piece throughout the collection. This 9” diameter Rim Bowl is decorated with one large Ozone Blue flower and scattered leaves on a White background. Use this bowl for soup, salad, pasta, cereal, and more. Mix any of the Blue Flora pieces with the Brown Links or Black Ribbon dishes to give the Flora a little more edge. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Season Dinner Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral Season Dinner Plate Set of 4
    These Brown on White dinner plates are decorated with an abstract tree pattern. Flowers, leaves and butterflies come together in outlines and overlapping solids to form this clean, modern graphic pattern. Bring nature inside with this playful yet elegant treatment. The 10.5" diameter dinner plate is designed with just the Chocolate Brown tree as seen on the Charger. Layer on the Green Season Rim Bowls and Small Plates for great effect. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Brown Links Dinner Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral Brown Links Dinner Plate Set of 4
    These dinner plates are decorated with a variation on our Brown Links pattern. This collection’s unique pattern was originally inspired by the links of a bicycle chain. The design changes scale from piece to piece playing with negative space along the way. Lending an eclectic yet pulled together look to the dinner table. This 10.5” diameter dinner plate features the Links pattern in White on Brown making a lacey trim along its outer rim. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Black Links Rim Bowl Set of 4
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    notNeutral Black Links Rim Bowl Set of 4
    Rim bowls in our Black Links pattern are also part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. This collection’s unique pattern was originally inspired by the links of a bicycle chain. The design changes scale from piece to piece playing with negative space along the way. Lending an eclectic yet pulled together look to the dinner table. This 9” diameter Rim Bowl is decorated with one large Link outlined in Black. Use this bowl for soup, salad, pasta, cereal, and more. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Letters Dinner Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral Letters Dinner Plate Set of 4
    Dinner plates in our Letters Pattern are also a part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. Our Letters pattern, originally derived from deconstructed letter forms, turns typeface into modern art. The scale of the design changes from piece to piece within the collection, lending an eclectic yet coordinated look to the dinner table. This 10.5” diameter dinner plate features large thin Letter forms making a pattern in Black on White. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Season Rim Bowl Set of 4
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    notNeutral Season Rim Bowl Set of 4
    Two and half Green leaves fall down the front of these rim bowls. Flowers, leaves and butterflies come together in outlines and overlapping solids to form this clean, modern graphic pattern. Bring nature inside with this playful yet elegant treatment. These bold 9" diameter Green Season Rim Bowls add a stunning layer on top of solid tree on the Brown Season Dinner Plate. Three solid green leaves fall from the top of the bowl to the bottom. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Ribbon Rim Bowl Set (set of 4)
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    notNeutral Ribbon Rim Bowl Set (set of 4)
    These rim bowls in our Ribbon Pattern are also part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. Based on the Guilloché engravings used to make money harder to copy, our Ribbon pattern explores variations of interwoven lines, making this collection one of a kind. This 9” diameter Rim Bowl features our intricate Ribbon pattern in Black along its outer edge. Use this bowl for soup, salad, pasta, cereal, and more. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Black Links Dinner Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral Black Links Dinner Plate Set of 4
    The dinner plates are decorated with a variation on our Black Links pattern. This collection’s unique pattern was originally inspired by the links of a bicycle chain. The design changes scale from piece to piece playing with negative space along the way. Lending an eclectic yet pulled together look to the dinner table. This 10.5” diameter dinner plate features the Links pattern in White on Black making a lacey trim along its outer rim. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral Brown Links Rim Bowl Set of 4
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    notNeutral Brown Links Rim Bowl Set of 4
    Our enlarged Chocolate Brown Links design decorates the inside of these rim bowls. This collection’s unique pattern was originally inspired by the links of a bicycle chain. The design changes scale from piece to piece playing with negative space along the way. Lending an eclectic yet pulled together look to the dinner table. This 9” diameter Rim Bowl is decorated with one large Link outlined in Brown. Use this bowl for soup, salad, pasta, cereal, and more. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral LINO Round Plate
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    notNeutral LINO Round Plate
    Designed as part of the LINO collection, these plates share the subtle ergonomic and biomorphic quality of the cups. This round plate is the perfect companion for serving desserts or snacks with any of the LINO coffee cups. The graceful profile of the plate is derived from the LINO saucers and has the same gently sloped rim which allows for the plate to be picked up or set down effortlessly. Elegant in form and function, these plates complete the table setting for your coffee service. Material: fine porcelain, dishwasher safe. 7” Diameter.
  • notNeutral Black Links Small Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral Black Links Small Plate Set of 4
    Small plates in our Black Links pattern are also part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. This collection’s unique pattern was originally inspired by the links of a bicycle chain. The design changes scale from piece to piece playing with negative space along the way. Lending an eclectic yet pulled together look to the dinner table. This 8.25” diameter plate is great for sandwiches, salads and desserts. Here three of the Links are blown up for a bold look. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland.
  • notNeutral In The Mix Rim Bowl Set of 4
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    notNeutral In The Mix Rim Bowl Set of 4
    These rim bowls are a mix of four different Black and White patterns: Links, Letters, Flora and Ribbon. The ultimate mix and match pattern. Four Rim Bowls, one of each pattern: Links, Letters, Flora and Ribbon. Modern, bold and fun, you can use these pieces with your existing white dinnerware..or buy this set in multiples for your next buffet dinner party. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral City Plates-Collection 1
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    notNeutral City Plates-Collection 1
    Collection 1 of four City Plates the theme of which is City as Gateway: Los Angeles, Shanghai, Cairo and Berlin. The four featured cities - Los Angeles, Shanghai, Cairo, and Berlin - were chosen by our design team for their reputations as gateways, and for the way each is dealing with the effects of agglomeration as its population begins to reach critical mass. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in vivid blue and green. The plates’ designs portray a bold, graphic representation of four distinctly fascinating cities. Berlin, Shanghai, Los Angeles and Cairo. 12" diameter Porcelain. Individually boxed with Key.
  • notNeutral In The Mix Dinner Plate Set of 4
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    notNeutral In The Mix Dinner Plate Set of 4
    These dinner plates are a mix of four different Black and White patterns: Links, Letters, Flora and Ribbon. The ultimate mix and match pattern! Four dinner plates one of each pattern: Links, Letters, Flora and Ribbon. Modern, bold and fun, you can use these pieces with your existing white dinnerware..or buy this set in multiples for your next buffet dinner party. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral City Plates-Collection 2
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    notNeutral City Plates-Collection 2
    Collection 2 of four City Plates the theme of which is Culture and Capital(ism): New Orleans, Washington DC., Las Vegas and Dubai. notNeutral has introduced four more 12” City Plates. The theme is Culture and Capital(ism) and the chosen cities are New Orleans and Washington, D.C., both rich in history and culture, and the booming megalopolises of Las Vegas and Dubai. Our notion of how cities arise (if antiquated) usually follows an organic model—a natural feature of the earth’s topography lends itself to the support of human existence, and provides the foundation for human progress (a bottom-up process.) But in the current age of man’s virtually complete control of the environment, cities can be fabricated almost instantaneously (in geological terms) and at the whim of greater and greater feats of civil engineering (a top-down process.) If culture and capital are two of the elements that define a successful society, what happens when they are used as preconceived notions, planned into a city rather than spontaneously resulting from the natural course of a city’s development over time? That is, how does a capital investment in manufacturing culture impact city form? New Orleans, Washington DC., Las Vegas and Dubai. 12" diameter Porcelain. Individually boxed with Key.
  • notNeutral City Plates-Collection 3
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    notNeutral City Plates-Collection 3
    Collection 3 of four City Plates the theme of which is Capital Migration: New York, St. Petersburg, Brasilia, Melbourne. The third series of cities, Brasilia, St. Petersburg, Melbourne and New York, are tied together by the theme of Capital Migration. Three of these cities were at one time the seat of government; one became its nation’s capital in 1960. All remain centers of economic power, cultural leaders, and are symbols of their country’s national identity. New York, St. Petersburg, Brasilia, Melbourne. 12" diameter Porcelain. Individually boxed with Key.
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