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  • Mark Braun Turn Fruit Bowl
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    Mark Braun Turn Fruit Bowl
    Made of solid waxed European oak, the tactile Turn Fruit Bowl by designer Mark Braun features a simple and intriguing round shape. Punctuated by a central hole, the design takes a minimal approach to tabletop storage. The well-proportioned Turn beautifully holds fruit or simply serves as a sculptural vessel for the table. Hand-finished in solid European oak, accentuating the natural grain of wood, the Turn Fruit Bowl is waxed to suit its original purpose as a fruit bowl.
  • XLBoom Pure Trays
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    XLBoom Pure Trays
    XLBoom’s Pure Trays are a nod to the natural characteristics of tropical acacia wood. Appearing as hand-carved forms, these trays retain the strong coloration of the unique wood. Perfect for serving, the trays are food safe. Likewise, these trays make perfect decorative pieces or as catch-alls for your keys and wallet. The carved bowls provide a warm accent to any interior.
  • R&D Blueside Eye Round Glass Dish
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    R&D Blueside Eye Round Glass Dish
    The Eye Round Glass Dish from R&D Blueside combines the ideal attributes to display all kinds of foods with a simple and sophisticated design. This handmade glass item uses the rocking shape and transparent look to help the eye's focus on what’s being served, giving the plate a double function as a serving dish or place setting. The Eye Round Glass Dish from Blueside’s 2013 collection characterizes the idiosyncrasy of Italian design that can either be rich in decoration or silent in perspective. The dish, however, falls into the latter category, which enables it to adapt to any environment particularly as a result of its transparency that makes it possible to admire foods from all angles. Given its unique concave style, the Eye Round Glass Dish is an excellent serving object for dishes that require no knives.
  • Piet Stockmans UnoDueTre Deep Bowls
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    Piet Stockmans UnoDueTre Deep Bowls
    Referencing his characteristic forms, textures and materiality, Belgian ceramicist Piet Stockmans’ Round Bowls are part of the versatile UnoDueTre range of porcelain dinnerware. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and smooth and glossy on the inside, the round bowls celebrate their material. Made of basic geometric shapes, all pieces coordinate together in a harmonious fashion. By combining the shapes in different ways you can bring your personal touch to your table. “It prompts people to be creative and enjoy every single piece of the dinnerware each time in different ways”, says Piet Stockmans. An original dinnerware range which can appeal to a large group of people.
  • Alexis Georgacopoulos Blow Bowl
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    Alexis Georgacopoulos Blow Bowl
    A mouth blown glass bowl that uses rope as handles, Alexis Georgacopoulos’ Blow Bowl creates a contrast between the hard and soft, cold and warm materials. The bowl is supplied with both red and blue ropes allowing you to chose your preference. The mouth-blown glass bowl is perfect for use as an ice bucket or on the table as a fruit bowl. Likewise, the bowl is also a decorative object that looks great as a centerpiece or on a bookshelf.
  • Norm Cool Breather Carafe
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    Norm Cool Breather Carafe
    Norm’s Menu Cool Breather is an ingenious carafe that does for white wine what has long been considered an absolute must-do for red wine. This revolutionary innovation from Menu aerates and opens up the wine, accelerating the aroma experience and upgrading the taste sensation in one swift process. An integrated re-usable cooling stick in the carafe keeps the aerated white wine fresh and cool. Place the wine bottle on the table and attach the carafe to the bottleneck. Turn the bottle and carafe over to experience the bubbling sound of the white wine aerating through the neck and down the carafe. The integrated aeration is one of the most effective designs on the market today, handily beating other aerators in a Eurofins aeration test.
  • Jakob Wagner Flow Milk Jug
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    Jakob Wagner Flow Milk Jug
    A simple form that reflects the function of the object, Jakob Wagner’s Flow Milk Jug is a refreshingly simple object for the table. The designer sought to create a harmonious form from four elements: one hole to fill the jug, one hole to pour from, a low center of gravity and a generous form for comfortable grip. The resulting design is pure and elegant with soft curves made from pleasant material. Reduced to its essential form, the milk jug is uncomplicated and gives away its function as soon as you view it. Available in two sizes, the jug is perfect for serving milk for coffee or tea with the smaller version or for cereal and breakfasts with the larger version.
  • Sebastian Bergne Pinocchio Salad Bowl
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    Sebastian Bergne Pinocchio Salad Bowl
    Named after the beloved children’s character, Sebastian Bergne’s Pinocchio Salad Bowl features a protruding wood handle influenced by the puppet’s famous nose. Made in solid beech, the bowl is perfect for serving salads and other foods. The wood features rich texture and coloration which highlights the beauty of the natural material.
  • Norm Bottle Grinder
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    Norm Bottle Grinder
    The minimal grinder form is universal, but with Bottle, Norm has turned it on its head: the ceramic salt or pepper grinder is located on the top and does not spill on the table. Referencing the archetypal form of a water bottle, the Scandinavian designers have selected a series of muted colors for the object. Built for functionality and performance with a powerful expression and shape, the Bottle Grinder leaves a strong first impression due to it's size and intensity. A classic, recognizable shape with a new, original twist that calls for attention.
  • Sara Guasticchi and R&D Blueside Hasia Tablet Serving Trays
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    Sara Guasticchi and R&D Blueside Hasia Tablet Serving Trays
    The Hasia Tablet Serving Trays from the Blueside 2013 collection brings together two materials in harmony. Borosilicate glass and DuPont’s Corian Anthracite combine material attributes to elevate the sophistication of the traditional serving tray while retaining the elements of functional value. Italian designers Sara Guasticchi and R&D Blueside utilize a shared ingenuity that’s reflected on the minimalism of these serving items. The Hasia Tablet Serving Trays work harmoniously when served as a pair, enabling the food connoisseurs to appreciate the influence of small taste common in meze, hors d'oeuvre and dessert presentations.
  • Eraldo Marini Trevis Frosted Glass Bottle
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    Eraldo Marini Trevis Frosted Glass Bottle
    Italian designer Eraldo Marini lays innovation aside to present a straightforward product conventional in physique. The Trevis Frosted Glass Bottle, minimal in form and concept, is elevated by the frosted section that creates visual interest. Used as a bottle for fine and flavored oils or vinegars at the dinner table, as a vivacious flower vase in the living room or as a centerpiece at a busy dinning room the glass bottle is capable of serving a number of functions. This silent piece from the Blueside 2013 collection, however, works beautifully alone too as a decorative element with its frosted motif and fine pouring end.
  • R&D Blueside Giss Liquid Container
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    R&D Blueside Giss Liquid Container
    Precision and delicacy coexist in the porcelain Giss Liquid Container. The petit size of the piece designed by R&D Blueside captures an inviting reaction at the dinner table uniquely as a result of the quiet yet expressive silhouette which holds a determined amount of liquid without taking much space. The wide “belly” of the Giss Liquid Container attaches elegantly to the beak of the bottle and draws attention to the sculpture designed to enhance the flavor of any dish by comfortably pouring sauces, creamers or other condiments alike.
  • Eraldo Marini Tongue Glass Serving Dish
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    Eraldo Marini Tongue Glass Serving Dish
    A minimal and straightforward piece, the Tongue Glass Serving Dish manifests rhythm and volume uncommon in serving items. This original serving tray, subtle in appearance, is ideal for tasting grand gourmet during galas, soirées or even informal rendezvous. Italian designer Eraldo Marini experiments using sinuous shapes, clean and linear in concept, to announce a dual use for complementing any meal with this handmade object. The smaller side in the Tongue Glass Serving Dish ensembles the ideal shape for garnishes of herbs or seafood like shrimp. The wider surface, instead, is perfect for the main course and can be served with an array of diced foods.
  • Jakob Wagner Water Carafe with Smart Lid
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    Jakob Wagner Water Carafe with Smart Lid
    A slender shape that distinctively balances a linear form with considered rounded details, the Menu Water Carafe with Smart Lid designed by Jakob Wagner is a refreshing reinterpretation of the classic bottle archetype. The carafe has a protecting steel collar and a lid that opens automatically when you pour from the carafe. The lid holds back ice cubes, lemon slices and provides unwanted objects from dripping down into the contents. The lid also protects against unwanted dripping of water down the carafe as well as helps avoid over spilling on to the table.
  • Nao Tamura Seasons Large Serving Tray
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    Nao Tamura Seasons Large Serving Tray
    An interpretation of functional kitchen and serving ware, Nao Tamura's Seasons Large Serving Tray is inspired by nature and technology viewed through the cultural lens of Japan. Like its smaller siblings, the large tray resembles a real leaf; it is flexible and enjoys its own shape leading to a multi-purpose, sculptural serving accessory. The silicone object, having won the Salone Satellite award at the Milan Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2010, is informed by the shape and role of the leaf within the culture of eating, in particular referencing rituals surrounding mealtime in the designer's homeland of Japan. The material chosen for the tray also becomes very relevant to the design, not only in the low-energy processes required to manufacture it, but also in its behavior where the trays are able to be rolled-up, wrapped and folded according to the dish being served.
  • Catherine Lovatt Lovatt Bowl
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    Catherine Lovatt Lovatt Bowl
    Inspired by the concept of purifying and re-interpreting the aesthetic beauty found in everyday objects, designer Catherine Lovatt's bowls subtract from the archetypal form creating a functional object with a unique design language. Crafted from high quality glazed ceramic, the bowls - available in two sizes - eschew the superfluous to focus on the core elements of the object: the cylindrical volume an a most unique interpretation of handles realized in tubular forms. Her series of tableware exploring the possibilities of simple, geometric forms create an inspiring table-scape that adds life and vibrancy to daily routine.
  • Nao Tamura Seasons Serving Trays - Set of 4
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    Nao Tamura Seasons Serving Trays - Set of 4
    An interpretation of functional kitchen and serving ware, Nao Tamura's Seasons Serving Trays are inspired by nature and technology viewed through the cultural lens of Japan. Like a real leaf, each serving dish is flexible and enjoys its own shape leading to a multi-purpose, sculptural serving accessory. The silicone serving trays, having won the Salone Satellite award at the Milan Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2010, is informed by the shape and role of the leaf within the culture of eating, in particular referencing rituals surrounding mealtime in the designer's homeland of Japan. The material chosen for the trays also becomes very relevant to the design, not only in the low-energy processes required to manufacture it, but also in its behavior where the trays are able to be rolled-up, wrapped and folded according to the dish being served.
  • Andreas Engesvik Corky Carafe
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    Andreas Engesvik Corky Carafe
    Inspired by the archetypal bottle form, Andreas Engesvik's Corky Carafe is a straightforward combination of glass and cork that functions equally as well as a wine carafe, water jug or even a milk bottle. The familiar form of the soda lime glass bottle is juxtaposed with the whimsically oversized cork stopper. The cork ball closes the carafe without adding weight and is pleasant to touch. These unmistakable details give the Corky Carafe a strong, unique appearance while still echoing the designer's original inspiration of a classic bottle. Matching Corky Glasses also available.
  • Shin Azumi Snowman Milk Pitcher
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    Shin Azumi Snowman Milk Pitcher
    Sin Azumi's Snowman Milk Pitcher finds inspiration for its relaxed lines and harmonious proportions in the organic form of a drop of water. Perfect for use during breakfast with coffee or during formal meals, the white porcelain form works well with a wide variety of dinnerware to add a complimenting element that provides both function and visual interest to the table. Just like its relative, the Snowman Oil & Vinegar pitcher, the Snowman Milk Pitcher is microwave and dishwasher safe.
  • Shin Azumi Snowman Oil & Vinegar Pitcher
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    Shin Azumi Snowman Oil & Vinegar Pitcher
    Sin Azumi's Snowman Oil & Vinegar Pitcher finds inspiration for its relaxed lines and harmonious proportions in the organic form of a drop of water. The white porcelain form works well with a wide variety of dinnerware to add a complimenting element that provides both function and visual interest to the table. The Snowman pitcher is microwave and dishwasher safe and comes in two sizes.
  • Axel Delbrayere Paysages Planche Wooden Tray
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    Axel Delbrayere Paysages Planche Wooden Tray
    Y’a Pas Le Feu Au Fac asks their designers to contemplate their environment and take their time to produce objects with gentle tactility and a poetic aesthetic. Axel Delbrayere succeeded so strongly with the Paysages Planche wooden tray that it actually looks as though it were born of nature itself. The unbroken, long, and easy curvature moves as one fluid design, emotionally and sensually connecting to the viewer and user, who cannot resist caressing the smooth, finely sanded surface of this elegant piece. The tray is as functional as it is poetic with its secondary, smaller tray. This function makes it an everyday object that can display or serve edibles and small items yet invites contemplation as it passes through the hands of its owner or guests. Made in France.
  • Axel Delbrayere Paysages Wooden Trays
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    Axel Delbrayere Paysages Wooden Trays
    Simple, though with a strongly sensual presence, Axel Delbrayère's Paysages Wooden Trays have gentle curved surfaces that create compartments to hold food and condiments. The warm softness of finely-sanded wood gives the trays a smooth texture that proves hard not to caress, and their sculptural form makes it feel, as the designer notes, "as if it were floating above the table." The gentle curves of the wooden trays evoke the calm waves of the ocean, or perhaps even the hills and valleys of the Upper Jura, from where the designer hails. Tray PO1 can cradle small, even granular, items like seasonings or salt while tray P02 is perfect as an egg cup. Like a work of art, the trays are meant to be displayed and not hidden, as are the many everyday objects whose affect on the senses can be easily ignored or used without contemplation.
  • Wiel Arets Salt.it and Pepper.it Grinders
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    Wiel Arets Salt.it and Pepper.it Grinders
    The Salt.it and Pepper.it Grinders express Weil Aret's skill in achieving balance between the simplicity of form and practicality of design. His sensitivity in the use of steel has led to an expressive intensity that generates the unique feel of lightness and consistency that hallmarks his work. In the objects, the designer's aim of reaching balance of the single parts, and the high level of intellectual complexity create formal concreteness and simplicity. The easy to use salt and pepper grinders are durable and complete with interior ceramic grinding mechanisms. Click here for designer video.
  • Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume Entonnoir Carafe
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    Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume Entonnoir Carafe
    A clever and refreshing reinterpretation of the archetypal carafe, Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume's Entonnoir visualizes what would happen if one object swallowed another. Part of the Stomach series of objects, the resulting carafe combines various styles and creating a confrontation between silhouettes with sharp angles and curves evoking stretched elasticity of an intestinal wall. These ceramics play with traditions and their diversion, in this case the symmetry of the shoot where the characteristic is disturbed by the object swallowed. The result is a dynamic and curious object that is sure to garner attention.
  • Patricia Urquiola Orloff Bowl
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    Patricia Urquiola Orloff Bowl
    With a portfolio of work ranging from timepieces to architecture, the work of Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola consistently challenges the boundaries of design and production. The Orloff tabletop bowl reflects Urquiola's ability to take inspiration from the unexpected; here, an inverted geodesic dome is the starting point. Formed from a single sheet of stainless steel, the serving bowl pushes the boundaries of the material. Mirror polished, the design's angular facets reflect light and create an intriguing element for the tabletop.
  • Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume Pipeline Carafe
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    Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume Pipeline Carafe
    Devoid of ornament, Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume's limited edition Pipeline Carafe features a handle, spout and body which is reduced to cylinders and bricks all crafted by hand from red earthenware. The resulting sculptural object is abstract, with special attention given to proportions and unusual combinations. They echo some of the designers favorite great 20th century artworks: from Malevitch to Sotsass, constructivism, and its more minimalist offshoots. In tune with their fascination with geometry and its complexity, Baptiste and Vincent established a new set of rules to experiment with. Here, for the collection which Pipeline is a part, the designers worked with only three elementary shapes: the circle, the square and the rectangle to create functional objects.
  • Arne Jacobsen Cylinda Creamer
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    Arne Jacobsen Cylinda Creamer
    Part of the legendary Cylinda Line, Arne Jacobsen's iconic Cylinda Creamer is made of 18/8 gauge stainless steel that has been carefully brought to a polished satin finish. As groundbreaking as it was when it was originally conceived in 1967, Jacobsen's creamer makes a stark functionalist addition to any coffee or tea preparation routine. The attention to detail and material honesty present in the Cylinda line was so advanced that new machines and welding techniques had to be developed to accomplish the remarkably smooth, cylindrical stainless steel surfaces, devoid of any tension lines.
  • Celine Frebault Pinson Carafe
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    Celine Frebault Pinson Carafe
    While satisfying its intended purpose as a carafe, Celine Frebault's Pinson Carafe takes a whimsical approach to design wherein the entirety of the transparent glass form - including the handle - fills with the beverage being served. The carafe is a dynamic and original design that adds a witty touch to the tabletop or bar area. Appearing as two intersecting cylindrical forms, the carafe's body is "punctured" by the cylindrical handle which also serves as the spout. At an angle, the handle is well placed for ease of use and ensures a clean pour.
  • Yung-Ho Chang Hulu Oil & Vinegar Set
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    Yung-Ho Chang Hulu Oil & Vinegar Set
    Two mouth blown glass carafes nestle together like friends or lovers in Yung-Ho Chang's Hulu Oil & Vinegar Set. Silicon stoppers carry stainless steel pipes in a flowing embrace and create an artful functional object for the tabletop. The carafe set presents Ying and Yang in action through the artful combination of forms. Additionally, the object references traditional Chinese Culture through the pipes which imply a link to the symbol for 'Double Happiness'. The oil and vinegar carafe set creates fun and interesting stories for the dining tabletop and is a brilliant wedding gift for all sorts of aesthetic and practical reasons.
  • Todd Bracher Vas Carafe
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    Todd Bracher Vas Carafe
    A carafe with a sinuous, elegant line made of mouth-blown glass, Todd Bracher's Vas Carafe is a refreshingly simple take on a common object. The asymmetry of its sides creates a paunch that is the eye-catching aspect of the carafe, making it at the same time easy to handle. Natural and perfect simplicity are the most distinctive features of Vas carafe.
  • Danny Vanlet Oilo Glass Dish
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    Danny Vanlet Oilo Glass Dish
    Inspired by the emotionally charged sight of an island peacefully rising from the ocean, Danny Vanlet's mouth blown molded glass dish features an integrated candle holder. With a natural look, the off-centered placement of the candle combines with the curved edges of the glass, referencing a natural, beach-like edge. A flexible design, the object may be used in a variety of ways; fill the dish with water and place flowers with a candle or use it as an appetizer tray with chips and a dip.
  • Arne Jacobsen Cylinda Sugar Bowl
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    Arne Jacobsen Cylinda Sugar Bowl
    Part of the legendary Cylinda Line, Arne Jacobsen's iconic Cylinda Sugar Bowl is made of 18/8 gauge stainless steel that has been carefully brought to a polished satin finish. As groundbreaking as it was when it was conceived in 1967, the sugar bowl makes a stark functionalist addition to any coffee or tea preparation routine. The attention to detail and material honesty present in the Cylinda line was so advanced that new machines and welding techniques had to be developed to accomplish the remarkably smooth, cylindrical stainless steel surfaces, devoid of any tension lines.
  • Claryssa Berning Meniscus Bowl
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    Claryssa Berning Meniscus Bowl
    The Meniscus Bowl is a substantial yet graceful curve of heavy lead crystal. Designed by Claryssa Berning, this bowl is the essence of simple, functional beauty acting almost as a lens and intensifying the reaction of its viewer. The crystal seems to suggest shifting patterns of milk in water but yet still remain fixed in the form of glass. A centerpiece for the tabletop, the indentation in the crystal holds small objects in place. Each of Berning's pieces is a unique variant of the original and realized in Bohemian Crystal.
  • Liliana Bonomi Festa Appetizer Set
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    Liliana Bonomi Festa Appetizer Set
    The Festa Appetizer Set, designed by Liliana Bonomi, is a collection of porcelain bowls that rest on a polished stainless steel tray, emphasizing and enhancing the presentation of food. Each of the six bowls as well as the one larger tub feature small rounded extrusions on the bottom that match up with divots in the steel tray allowing the entire set to be carried from area to area without the fear of anything falling.
  • Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume Carafe Equerre
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    Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume Carafe Equerre
    Devoid of ornament, Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume's limited edition Equerre Carafe features a handle, spout and body which is reduced to cubes and bricks all crafted by hand from white earthenware and finished in white enamel. The resulting sculptural object is abstract, with special attention given to proportions and unusual combinations. They echo some of the designers favorite great 20th century artworks: from Malevitch to Sotsass, constructivism, and its more minimalist offshoots. In tune with their fascination with geometry and its complexity, Baptiste and Vincent established a new set of rules to experiment with. Here, for the collection which Equerre is a part, the designers worked with only three elementary shapes: the circle, the square and the rectangle to create functional objects.
  • Goncalo Campos Sede Carafes
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    Goncalo Campos Sede Carafes
    Re-imagining the archetypal form of a carafe, Portuguese designer Gonçalo Campos has given soul to his Sede series of blown glass vessels. By assuming various positions like a living creature, these carafes express movement through the subtle differences in each version. A series of four unique shapes, the glassware makes a strong impact when arranged together. For water, wine, or any other beverage, the mouth blown carafes are made from borosilicate glass, giving them extra strength.
  • KNIndustrie Glocal Cheese Plate
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    KNIndustrie Glocal Cheese Plate
    With a name derived from a play on the words global and local, the Glocal collection by KNIndustrie is a series of accessories intended to be used according to the traditions of various cultures and background - a tribute to globalization, the spread of knowledge and the appreciation of diversity. The Cheese Plate, made from an exhausted wood barrel, features a unique shape and clever reclaimed materials which have been tested and selected on the basis of very different international and regional food.
  • Konstantin Grcic Un Attimo Dopo Tray
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    Konstantin Grcic Un Attimo Dopo Tray
    Reinterpreting stainless steel through basic geometries, asymmetries, and clean cuts, German designer Konstantin Grcic's Un Attimo Dopo tray displays the minimalist language that are characteristic of the designer. Perfect for serving small appetizers or larger dishes, the tray's edges are formed from cut and folded steel. The interior surfaces of the tray are brushed while the exterior planes are polished, highlighting the understated detail and thoroughness of the design. Through his household items in the designer's Passami il Sale collection, objects take on unusual fashions while remaining functional.
  • Pauline Deltour A Tempo Citrus Basket
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    Pauline Deltour A Tempo Citrus Basket
    A rhythmic exploration of line becoming form, designer Pauline Deltour's A Tempo Citrus Basket for Alessi is a graphic element for the tabletop. The choice in material highlights the formal qualities of the basket, creating an unusual language characterized by the optical effect of the wire. The basket's open-air design is perfect for housing citrus after washing, allowing oranges, lemons, and grapefruit to air dry.
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