|Art Club price (10%)
Vessels that can be used as tools: That’s the concept designer Makoto Koizumi pursued when Kihara, a 400-year-old Japanese porcelain manufacturer, tasked him with developing the Sitaku collection. This collection consists of fascinatingly simple kitchen utensils like a lemon squeezer, a ginger grater or a mortar that need not be kept hidden in the kitchen but can be brought out to the dining table and used right there. An added bonus is that they are stackable, helping free up valuable space.
|Diameter 11 cm