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Dune by Andrea Ponti

by Sophie Cullen on Feb 1, 2016 in Products
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Hong Kong-based, Italian designer Andrea Ponti has released a new range of flatware called Dune 

The aluminium flatware set is inspired by the concept of food design, exploring the technical, artistic and social aspects of cooking. This is displayed through both the structure of the set and in the materials used.

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Aluminium makes the collection ultra-light and much sleeker than steel or titanium flatware, while the anodized finish adds durability. The range was named Dune as it echoes the shape of the flatware; each straight handle leading to a curved transition that resembles the shape of a sand dune.

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The packaging for the set is freestanding, so can easily be used to store the flatware or as a rack to display the collection.

 

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