Circus is a deformed 1mm stainless steel sheet. The design is simple and as reduced as conceivable. There is no front and no back, no top and no bottom. It is mirror-symmetric in two axes and can be used to open cap bottles from four different positions. The 55mm in diameter round shape fits comfortably into every palm and the curved shape supports the pleasant feeling while holding the Circus inside your hand. It has a high gloss polished finish and round edges.
The Eclipse noodle bowl set is designed with hot, delicious broth and noodles in mind. Each bowl is double-walled allowing one to hold and carry a bowlful of steaming broth without burning one's hands. The thin, or sipping, edge of the offset rim allows one to savor every drop of that broth. Available in a nesting set of three sizes, the larger two Eclipse bowls are perfect for adult eaters with different appetites, where the small is great either for a small child or for all those toppings to be added at the table.
SpiderPan is a cooking and frying pan set with foldable handles. There are three pans with different sizes. Small sized pans can be stored in the big one thanks to foldable handles. Thanks to these features SpiderPan save space. Additionally, users can fold handles while cooking in order to avoid some hazardous accidents result from long handles of classical cooking pans. Furthermore, these pans are designed with increased base surface which could raise energy efficiency.
Antrei Hartikainen designed Verso salad servers for the design competition organized by Serlachius Museums and Mänttä Craft’s Center in Finland. Salad servers were chosen as a winner and they became items of merchandise for the museum shop. Sculptural Verso salad servers combine the crafts, wood producing possibilitys and recognizable design. Antrei explain that the design reflect the inner growth, stimulated by dining pleasures and art experiences, which always develops into something new and inspiring.
Lofoten Water, Winner of Best Tasting Water 2016, is Arctic natural drinking water and made to reflects the beautiful and unique Lofoten Islands with its unspoilt landscape of rugged mountain peaks, deep fjords and sheltered inlets. To capture and articulate the purity and premium character of Lofoten Water required a structural design and graphic expression of both prominence and nuance. This was achieved in the juxtaposition of a bottle that moves from a slender body of horizontal lines to delicate shoulders, alongside the contrasting angles of a cap inspired by the mountain peaks of Lofoten
With a 45 degree slopping bottom, the regular glass divides into two triangular sections. When the glass cup is filled with water, the top section becomes a water prism allowing sunlight passing through to project a “rainbow” on table. This design intends to encourage people to find, observe and create the beauty of nature in life. Further more, it can touches your heart with an unexpected beauty in such a fast-paced society in China.