Sunday, November 7, 2010

Table Settings Weren't Built In a Day

This stacked dinnerware takes that old chestnut to new levels--1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6! That's how many "floors" make up each "building" of these Florentine-inspired Renaissance homes. Even the roof, flipped over, is a dish. Stefano Seletti, the founding head of SELAB, the creative lab driving the Italian brand his family started in 1964, charged frequent collaborator Alessandro Zambelli to design tableware that, well, doesn't really look like tableware when it's not in use. It appears, Stefano doesn't always keep the neatest of kitchens. These porcelain palaces certainly provide some, uh, structure to his chaos.
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