This work involves developing innovative new sustainable materials for targeted products, including biodegradable materials for an upcoming urn collection.
The Memoria Ceramic Urns explores a more modern shape for urns of diverse formats and are destined for use in new cremation rituals.
Made with marble material surplus, the Marble Urn is hand stacked one piece at a time to create a final cylindrical shape.
The Wood Urns are an interpretation of the traditional Japanese wood vessels and introduce more contemporary memorial engraving options.
The Bubble is an edible gelified sphere made with juices and alcohol, destined for an explosive tasting experience .
The 3-Bite spoon proposes a sequential taste experience. It is made with a crunchy material that pairs with foods placed in it.
The Jelly Food Nest is a gelified tomato bowl made with Agar Agar that exemplifies the appeal in shape and color edible containers can produce.
Made with Agar Agar and a variety of vinaigrettes and fruit juices for a wide range of applications, including a soup bowl.
The edible container prototypes explore new ways of serving and handling food, proposing a completely new typology of shapes.
This tableware collection serves to stimulate appetite and generate awareness in children with cancer in the hospital environment.
The multipurpose bowl-plates are designed to respond to today’s hectic lifestyle, meals are often based on mixing foods in a one-pot cooking and to new needs for greater mobility in the home.
SWEET & SOUR
These tiles push the boundaries of plastic making by fusing recycled granules, flakes and powder into fruity textures sheets destined for a variety of applications.
The Gonflé is a whimsical table / stool hybrid made out of 100% post-industrial and post-domestic recycled plastic, and comes in 4 juicy colors.