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The Y'a Pas le Feu au Lac 'Kart' Serving Dishes Accommodate Sharing

By: Jordy Eleni - Published: • References: yplfl & designboom
The Y'a Pas le Feu au Lac 'Kart' serving dishes were designed by the French artist Ed Carpenter. The company, whose name stands for France's 'no need to rush' expression, released the multi-colored products at the 2012 Milan Design Week.

These mobile trays have been made of mostly wood, and can accommodate a variety of cheese, crackers, nuts and virtually any petite snack. As is likely expected, the on-wheels concept is meant to encourage the sharing of meals, allowing guests and family members to interact with one another while eating. This communal take on dining brings a fresh perspective to an experience that is often rushed, consumed by work, school or prior engagements. The Y'a Pas le Feu au Lac is highlighting the value of communication here, supporting synergy where it may be lacking.



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