These Minimalist Dishes Feature Sharp Edges and Unorthodox Shapes

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jul 17, 2015
References: aanderssondesign & design-milk
Philadelphia-based design studio 'AANDERSSON' has produced a line of minimalist dishes that are inspired by the philosophy of deconstruction. The unique tableware set features a series of mugs, cups and bowls, each of which takes on an unfamiliar form.

Each of the minimalist dishes in the collection is an experiment in deforming rationally structured spaces. The idea is to use the dishes as a medium for reimaginging the relationship between traditional objects. To achieve the deconstructed look, each of the ceramic pieces takes on sharp edges and unorthodox forms. The set features a rough concrete-like finish and a neutral palette that helps each of the distinct features stand out.

While the dishes boast a sleek and minimalist finish, the unique shapes and clever design ensure that they will stand out on any shelf.