Stamps and stripes.
Eilert Smith is an exceptional new hotel in Stavanger - home town of Odd Standard. Named after its architect, this 1937 building is a prime example of Norwegian functionalist architecture. Now housing a boutique hotel of 11 rooms, they wanted tableware that matches the aestethics, history and feeling of the building and rooms.
The first restaurant in Norway to get a Michelin star outside of Oslo, Re-naa in Stavanger is in a class of their own. They recently reopened in a new location, which offered some nice challenges for us to work on. Ceramic beetroots, hotpots with handles and handpainted cups!
Coffeeberry is a small group of high quality coffee bars in the Stavanger area who came to us with the idea of creating a kit for their precision brew coffee. We developed a new jug and gave our Kuppi cups (black coffee) and Bowler 7,5 cups (espresso) a distinctive look with a mix of pastel colours on rough grey clay. The Coffeeberry logo is embossed on the inside of the cups, making it visible yet discreet.
Recycled tableware for Rest.
Restaurant Rest. (Oslo, NO) has a strong focus on food waste and wanted tableware that enhances their philosophy. We designed and developed a range of products using recycled glass, left-over clay, oyster shells and chicken feet. The glass products are manufactured by glass studio Formbar, in collaboration with Sirkel Glass.
Sketches for RAK
Sketches is a chef-centered product range that we have designed for RAK Porcelain (United Arab Emirates / Luxembourg). We wanted to create a series of products in the way an ambitious chef creates a meal - like cleverly choreographed theatre and a journey through different emotions, impressions and associations. All the Sketches products are available through RAK and their distributors.
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