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Square tableware made of concrete with an exclusive design of Vido Nori
Architect and designer Vido Nori Hungary presented its first collection of household London Design Festival. For their square dishes they chose a non-traditional material, especially since the world's most used material - concrete. Fans of the Bauhaus, the designer himself heard style would be excited anyway!
Arts of the square table produces geometric effects
Building material which is produced by ligating the mixture of cement, water additives, chemical mixture of stone and could not be the first that comes to mind when we think of food. But the art of square concrete table as would be the perfect focal point at your next party!
The perfect building material - concrete used for the preparation of dishes
Playing with geometry underlines the robustness and rigor of the material. Many corners and edges create a landscape resembling relief. Plate and bowl are made of concrete, as expected, very stable. The dishes are also dishwasher, but it can be easily cleaned with warm water and a little detergent.
Crockery distinctive designs
Vido Nori, an architect by profession and leidentschaftliche cook at leisure, was inspired by the Bauhaus for their creations addition to asymmetric seats, where they made from different types of wood, designed Vido Nori other design objects that differ from the rest and no are mass produced. Your household goods She describes herself as "funky and funny."
Mini concrete slab
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The structure is similar to topographic maps
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