The art of table setting transcends the mere arrangement of plates and cutlery. It unfolds as a symphony of aesthetics and functionality, where the distinctive elements of shape, texture, and graphics not only infuse character into each item but also provide a unique experience to the user.
The integration of sensory plates and objects elevates experience to new heights, engaging not only the taste but also the other senses in a harmonious celebration of the culinary arts. These table is a excellent rapresentation
The design of the I.D Ish plates is simple yet possesses the ability to capture the very essence of food.
Pols Potten showcases a similar vision with this dreamlike plate, creating a delightful interplay between the food and us. This whimsical illusion, crafted by the white porcelain and its shapes, subtly plays with perception.
Imagine a table adorned with a carefully curated selection of sensory objects. Each piece is not merely a vessel for food but a work of art in itself. The plates, with their varying textures, colors, and shapes, invite tactile exploration. Memphis with the Rucola plates expands sensuousness with bumps and a strong cromatic contrast. This plate creates a new surface for the meeting between the table and the food.
The plates, with their textures, colors, and shapes, invite a deeper exploration. Take, for instance, the Rucola plate from Memphis, where the textured surface enhances the tactile experience, and the bold color contrast delights the visual senses. This plate introduces a new dimension to the connection between table and food.
Georg Jensen's approach to table setting exudes simplicity and essential elegance, emphasizing meticulous details inherent in craftsmanship and materials. Glass and metal, skillfully molded and manipulated, are interpreted in a new fashion, infusing the entire ensemble with a sense of refined sophistication.
The philosophy of employing simple materials through intricate processes yields highly evocative results. The Cobra collection serves as a prime example, with its sinuous and elegant shapes inviting the gaze and the touch to participate in the dining experience.
With this set, Iittala brings a dreamy, mystical atmosphere to the table. Ultima Thule, with its delicate ripples and uneven surface, creates a unique visual effect, altering the appearance of things and offering a captivating illusion.
The smoothness of a ceramic surface is broken in this Bosa Collection that want to create a disruptive experience of the cutlery. SLICE OF DESIGN adds a tactile dimension to the dining experience, encouraging diners to connect with their visual sense and to organize the mise en place in a new way.
In this Bosa collection, the gentle elegance of a ceramic surface is disrupted to create a revolutionary dining experience. Slices of Design transcends traditional boundaries, prompting diners to connect with their visual sense and reimagine the mise en place in a new and innovative manner.
Serax by Jonnie Boer is another case in which ceramics and their processing plays a fundamental role in conveying sensations through shape and uses of the objects.
In Roos Van De Velde's collection for Serax, the material and its craftsmanship take center stage in evoking sensations. Delicate, irregular edges and the velvety texture of fine Chinese porcelain infuse a delicate feel and an essential yet sophisticated beauty.
The Ferm Living table setting showcases a canvas of colors, patterns, and layouts, awakening the sense of sight. Food presentation becomes an art form, where the lively shapes create a visual allure that captivates, inviting both use and experimentation.
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