Pleasures of the Table

Showroom with works by Anna Sykora, Soprana Design, Christof Lungwitz and others

The careful preparation of healthy ingredients is a megatrend nowadays. And it’s perfectly complemented by new design ideas that make eating and drinking into unforgettable experiences.

Anna Sykora

Berlin, Germany / anna-sykora.de

Pleasures of the Table, Anna Sykora. Green tea pot, porcelain, terra sigillata

Green tea pot, porcelain, terra sigillata

Angelo Verga

Münster, Germany / angeloverga.com

Pleasures of the table, Angelo Verga, Wearable object, pressed objects of high quality.

Wearable object, pressed objects of high quality. Café Nobis Münster, photo Angelo Verga Studio

Stephan Flick

Herxheim, Germany / die-schreiner-werkstatt.de

Plasures of the table, Stephan Flick. A piece of furniture made from recycled blackboards that can be used as couch table, bistro table, high table

A piece of furniture made from recycled blackboards that can be used as couch table, bistro table, high table

Kathleen Reilly

Glasgow, Scotland / kathleenreilly.co.uk

Pleasures of the Table, Kathleen Reilly. Tableware, white metal, stainless steel, glass, ceramics

Tableware, white metal, stainless steel, glass, ceramics

Angelika Krauß

Velden, Germany / krauss-keramik.de

Pleasures of the Table, Angelika Krauß. Porcelain bowls and cutlery, for candies, herbs, spices, salt, sugar

Porcelain bowls and cutlery, for candies, herbs, spices, salt, sugar

Sara de Campos

Lisbon, Portugal / saradecampos.com

Pleasures of the Table, Sara de Campos. Bowls, clay

Bowls, clay

Ohne Löffel

Berlin, Germany / ohneloeffel@gmail.com

Pleasures of the Table, Project Kunsthochschule Weißensee. Laura Görs, Maria Braun, Idalene Rapp,<br /> Natascha-Katharina Unger. Bowls Ohne Löffel

Project by Kunsthochschule Weißensee. Laura Görs, Maria Braun, Idalene Rapp,
Natascha-Katharina Unger. Bowls Ohne Löffel. Porcelain, Ø 4–40 cm

Soprana Design

Ratingen, Germany / soprana.eu

Pleasures of the Table, Soprana Design. Bowl, high–grade steel sieve, crystal glass, high–grade steel mesh. Nominated for the German Design Council 2016

Bowl, high–grade steel sieve, crystal glass, high–grade steel mesh. Nominated for the German Design Council 2016

Christof Lungwitz

Leichlingen, Germany / lungwitz.info

Pleasures of the Table, Christoph Lungwitz. Tray, oiled padouk wood

Tray, oiled padouk wood

Pleasures of the Table, Christoph Lungwitz. Tray, oiled padouk wood

Tray, oiled padouk wood. Detail

Christof Lungwitz’s wooden creations explore the boundary that separates the disciplines of art, design and fine craftsmanship. He especially enjoys working with padouk, a fine hardwood that’s also used by makers of musical instruments. A characteristic feature is the brilliant contrast between the colors of sapwood and heartwood. The graphic effect of this contrast, combined with the appealingly deep pores, make a simply styled tray seem like a picture. The artistic character is further underscored by Lungwitz’s conscious decision to allow larval burrows to remain on the basic surface and to leave traces of disturbances that disconcert us, yet simultaneously stimulate our imagination.

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