Giravolta | Francesco Rodighiero

The dishes set Giravolta generates from the observation of everyday behavior in the domestic environment: heating up food in the microwave oven, storing it in the refrigerator and keeping it warm. One can do all of this simply piling it up. The practical hold, a clear reference to the Italian omelet turner, makes it easy to grab and therefore to use. A solution that does not affect any of the characteristics of the classical dishes set, such as: arrangement, washing and resistance. A work related to mealtime that supports a new and concrete pathway of development and deepening within the link between feeding and new lifestyles. MATERIAL: ceramic, porcelain

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