Powdered Soy Sauce Container design by nendo

New Powdered Soy Sauce Container design by nendo

Oki Sato's design studio nendo has realized the packaging for a new powdered soy sauce for a renowned Japanese restaurant in Kyoto. “Kona-shoyu” sold by Shimogamosaryo - an established Japanese-style restau...

Eto Decanter Keeps Wine Fresh For Up 2 Weeks

eto is a beautifully designed wine decanter with an innovative preservation system that keeps wine preserved for at least 12 days, ensuring you never waste a drop again. eto solves a simple problem - once you...

Soy Shape dipping dishes by Duncan Shotton

Tokyo-based designer Duncan Shotton has designed a set of soy sauce dipping dishes that give the illusion of impossible three-dimensional shapes. Soy Shape are soy sauce dipping dishes that take your sushi eati...

nendo x Star Wars

Prolific Japanese design studio nendo has turned  Star Wars characters into objects in abstract 3D shapes. Many character goods have been made based on the film, with many based on 2D image manipulation. So n...

Dune Aluminum Flatware Set by Andrea Ponti

Designed in Hong Kong by Italian designer Andrea Ponti, Dune is an aluminum flatware set inspired by the concept of food design meant as experimental cuisine and molecular gastronomy, a culinary researc...

nendo’s Totte-Plate Tableware Collection

Renowned Japanese design studio nendo introduces 'Totte-Plate', a new tableware collection featuring plates and bowls with handles. Cooking utensils such as pots and frying pans have handles, but tableware such...

Medusa Fruit Bowl by Giorgio Bonaguro

The natural and dynamic shape of the jellyfish (called “Medusa” in Italian) has inspired Milanese industrial and interior designer Giorgio Bonaguro to design this handmade fruit bowl which was presented...

Map Rethinks The Spork for Fortnum & Mason

First spotted in the Fortnum & Mason’s 1914 Christmas catalogue, the spork – a combined knife, fork and spoon – was originally designed for army officers during the First World War. Today, london-base...

Maruhiro Flagship Store by Yusuke Seki

Japanese designer Yusuke Seki used 25,000 pieces of locally sourced imperfect tableware as a new architectural material for the renovation of Maruhiro flagship store in Nagasaki, Japan. Maruhiro is the leading...

Haori Cup by Tomoya Nasuda

Japanese designer Tomoya Nasuda has designed the Haori Cup, a Japanese bentwood drink wear combining two traditional crafts , “Hasami Yaki”, a famous high-quality pottery made in Hasami town and “Hakata M...

Colourful Shadows by nendo for EXPO Milano 2015

Japanese studio nendo has realized ‘Colorful Shadows’, a gallery space to present a range of tableware within the Japan pavilion at EXPO Milano 2015. The gallery space is approximately 11x3m, and a long b...

Glop Food Containers by Berta Julià Sala

Barcelona-based designer Berta Julià Sala has created Glop, a versatile set of five food containers. Although they are thought as a cup, a bowl, a dish, a bottle, and a big bowl, the possibility of changing t...

Keita Suzuki designs the Perfect Rice Bowl

“THE RICE BOWL”, designed by Tokyo-based designer Keita Suzuki of Product Design Center, is a rice bowl that is designed to fit perfectly in the user’s hand. The standard form for the common rice bowl in ...

Clover Ceramics Collection by Nendo

Japanese studio Nendo has teamed up with Gen-emon, one of the most renowned Arita-yaki porcelain kilns, to create a new ceramics collection for by | n meister. It’s said that of the kiln’s many signature de...

Mount Hood Handblown Pint Glass by North Drinkware

The Oregon Pint Glass from North Drinkware is an American-made, custom blown 16 oz. glass that has Mt. Hood - Oregon’s highest peak at 11,250 feet - molded into the base. Using United States Geological Survey...

WW Carafe by Benjamin Hubert

London designer Benjamin Hubert has designed WW, a new wine breather-carafe and set of stackable glasses for Danish brand Menu.  Benjamin Hubert created over twenty prototypes of the WW carafe during the desig...