A collection of tableware in different cultures.
A project of Atelier Prey’s students, from Faculty of Art and Design – Free University of Bolzan, under the art-direction of Cibicworkshop.
by Liviana Osti
“Would you pass the cheese, please?”
Staileggero makes the cheese fly over the table. The cheese grater in the form of a paper plane not only carries a
small piece of Parmesan cheese, but above all reminds one not to overdo it terms of quantity.
by Liviana Osti
Good wine engenders good blood. Cuore plays with this saying but reminds those dining that one should drink the same quantity of water as of wine. The pair of carafes for water and wine combined in the form of a heart, are of blown glass and create an eye-catching centrepiece.
by Philipp Daniel Balunovic
Conlemani borrows from the traditional customs of Indian and African cultures to create a more direct contact with food and a greater respect for the products mother nature brings to the table.
by Maximilam Tora
The fan centrepieces are made of slender sheets of metal, cut on one side into innumerable blades that overlap and are fixed together with a copper rivet. This results in a concave structure able to express an interesting formal tension.
Available in three sizes.
by Max Edelberg
Borrowing from the tradition of Max Bill and the Ulm school, “tre” makes play with triangular elements which join together to create light, elegant concentric forms that seem to float on the table. The three stackable centrepieces are characterised by three different geometries.
by Marco Ciceri
This series of containers and centrepiece made with the skills of the Murano glassblowing industry derive from the ancient technique of “glass blown within a cage”. The glass blower blows the delicate, slender glass within a series of metal wire “cages”, each of which differs from the next, creating a transparent skin that takes on an absolutely individual form. Each object is thus a unique piece.
Aldo Cibic with Tommaso Corà
Philipp Daniel Balunovic
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