The Le Perle Collection is a recent creation by Italian designer Italian designer Antonio Aricò, developed in collaboration with Bitossi Home and Abitare magazine.
nendo recently designed the kona-shoyu container for Shimogamo-saryo, a renowned restaurant in Kyoto.
After 14 years of activity, the historic Kitchen shop, in De Amicis Street 45, in Milan, changes its look.
A kitchenware classic, Fiskars’ orange-handled Scissors, designed by Olof Bäckström, have been an essential tool for everyday tasks and creative processes since 1967.
Matarèl is a rolling pin in pyrex, designed by Matteo Ragni and created for a special food-design event presented during Milan Design Week.
This October, Steinbeisser and the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy in Amsterdam are celebrating the fifth anniversary of their Experimental Gastronomy project.
Fabio Molinas is among the first to have engaged in the primitive trend in kitchenware design of the past few years.
Tulèr is the world’s first responsive kitchen, a synthesis of the research developed by Tipic Design Studio and Offmat, the research lab that Tipic designed for Marmo Arredo.
The EVOKE collection by Sarah-Linda Forrer focuses on the powerful message created by using sensual eating objects when staging food.
Junto collection brings together fine porcelain, sumptuous ceramics, and warm wood.