Carmen Buttjer designs a bread tableware
Whenever I see utensils like this edible bread dinnerware designed by Carmen Buttjer, I think of the joy my children would have if they could try them. You already know that children love everything that is getting out of the routine and eating with a plate and a bread spoon is highly tempting.
Eating an ice cream inside a cookie tulip and after finishing it eating the container, is something that many of us have done, but in this case it goes a little further. Buttjer is a young German designer whose work is always influenced by her research on the interaction between human beings and objects.
A collection made up of six pieces of porcelain and bread, baptized as ACT Tableware. I especially like the rustic and irregular appearance of the plate and the bread spoon in contrast to the coldness of the porcelain pieces, without a doubt a spectacular contrast, don't you think?
Although I say that with this set there will be a recipe to knead and prepare bread, because if we do not go wrong, the first use we would run out of our bread dishes. I am already coming up with different recipes to be able to put into practice so that the bread dishes designed by Carmen Buttjer look different each time.
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