The Rosenthal Junto Collection

Fine porcelain, sumptuous ceramics, and warm wood come together in the 46-piece Junto collection.

September 2017
Junto collection brings together fine porcelain, sumptuous ceramics, and warm wood. Designed by Tonetti Design and Mario Padiglione for Rosenthal, it can be adapted to suit different styles of cuisine.
The porcelain features a delicate diamond relief that tapers towards the centre, and the edges of the plates and bowls vary in height with asymmetric handcrafted features. To provide an appropriate contrast to the porcelain, the collection also offers its major pieces in vibrant, earthy stoneware with a special reactive glaze. Three accessories made from American white oak bring height and variety to the table and help to perfectly set the scene for the many small bowls and plates.
Featuring 46 different pieces, Junto can be combined in a number of ways. Says Rosenthal:
"Eating together, having a good time and celebrating life – the new Rosenthal Junto design innovatively and playfully brings together people and their love of good food from all over the world."

In Food 64, DAMN will feature products that are creating waves in the kitchen. Says Productivity editor Patrizia Coggiola about the Choreographic Core trend:

"The kitchen is a stage set, where the elements are intrinsically ergonomic, designed to make a primordial connection between user and form, material, tools. Importance is given to contact, movement, and presence, with the items becoming an extension of our hands and arms, bringing us closer to a daily personal ritual. Value is attributed to the moment just before tasting."