A curvilinear aluminium flatware set by Andrea Ponti

Designed in Hong Kong by Italian designer Andrea Ponti, Dune is an aluminium flatware set inspired by the concept of food design meant as experimental cuisine and molecular gastronomy: a culinary research lab that seeks to explore the technical, artistic and social aspects of cooking. In this multi-sensory conception of food every single component is essential: from cooking spaces and utensils to table ware and packaging. In Dune, the experimental aspect of food design appears both in the structure of the set and in the materials. The traditional flatware collection has evolved into a more modern “personal flatware set” with a contemporary look and feel. The aluminium makes this flatware ultra-light and much sleeker than steel or titanium flatware, while the anodised finishing makes it extremely durable and easy to clean. The name Dune echoes the shape of the flatware: in each piece the straight handle leads to a curvy transition that resembles a sand dune. The Dune package is freestanding and can be used to easily and elegantly store the flatware set or it can be used as a rack to display the flatware set and show the connection between food and design.










Info and images courtesy of Andrea Ponti

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