It is not uncommon to depict cityscapes on dishes, but few manage to come up with an elegant and austere design that meets the modern style. These minimalist tableware is adorned with images of city landmarks from around the world - the silhouettes of buildings in Copenhagen, London, Berlin, Paris, New York and other capitals are gracefully painted on white porcelain.
The dishes will be produced by a German brand Rosenthal, and the architectural studio was responsible for the development of the concept BIGcooperating with a Danish design bureau Kilo … The drawing on each piece of crockery includes the iconic element of a particular city. For London, this is Big Ben, for Paris - the Eiffel Tower, for Berlin - the Brandenburg Gate. In total, 12 city outlines have been developed, which are reflected in a variety of serving items. This includes not only plates, but also cups, gravy boats, teapots, containers for cream and milk.
The entire collection is made in the same strict style - blue painting on white porcelain. The print surrounds each serving item, closing in a circle. No less interesting brand objects Rosenthal released in collaboration with Vercase - tableware made of white and black porcelainimitating the skin.