Copenhagen 2019 – Wether you nibble tapas in Madrid or enjoy smørrebrod open sandwiches in Copenhagen there is on simple rule: sharing with friends as many little gourmet creations as possible. At 3 Days Of Design, Danish company Normann Copenhagen has launched new tableware designs bringing together Denmark and Spain’s most convivial rituals.
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Inspired by traditional Spanish ceramics, the Junto carafe and cups are now joined by oil and vinegar bottles, salt and pepper shakers and a wide selection of bowls and dishes that, just like the other items in the series, are made from fired terracotta. Designed by Simon Legald, the collection comprises also large serving bowls for salads and small dishes for tapas, snacks and desserts.
All of the pieces share a delicate interplay between surfaces that are both mat and glazed, grooved and smooth. The earthy red colors of fired terracotta bring depth and glow to the interior, and introduce a touch of southern warmth to your table.
The Obi collection of distinctive porcelain cups with silicone belts are now joined by bowls and deep plates that share the same soft design idiom. Perfect for the breakfast table, soups, salads and snacks. Choose between sand, grey, warm blush or light blue, or mix up the colors. Design by Simon Legald.
The word Pepo can mean pumpkin, squash or melon, and the reference is readily apparent in the full-bodied form of the Pepo jars by Daniel Debiasi & Federico Sandri. The jar’s shape extends into a natural handle for the lid, creating its quirky, organic silhouette, which is refined by the contrast between a mat and glossy glazing.
The jars can be used in various ways: with a lid for storage, without a lid as a vase, or simply as a piece of decoration. The two jars in the series complement one another like a pair of old friends, bringing a touch of humor and informality to your decor. Pepo is available in black, gray, dusty blue and pink.
All photos: courtesy of Normann Copenhagen.
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