All of a Piece by Earnest Studio is Made out of Scrap Granite and Wood

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 5, 2014 • References: & fastcodesign
All of a Piece by Earnest Studio, a Rotterdam-based firm founded by American product designer Rachel Griffin, is a stunning tableware line that can fulfill a slew of purposes. Although each piece looks more sculpturally decorative than infinitely practical, therein lies the beauty of the collection. It manages to combine function and form in a beautifully intuitive way. This is taken to the next level considering that the pieces are all made out of scrap materials.

The mix-and-match sections of stone and wood that make up All of a Piece by Earnest Studio were taken from the leftovers of stone milling companies. Griffin writes, "I collected offcuts that seemed too lovely to be discarded and began searching for a way to transform them into functional objects." Stats for Modular Stone Tableware Trending: Older & Warm
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