This Seletti 'Palace' Porcelain Tableware Stacks to Form a City

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Dec 4, 2010 • References: & ifitshipitshere.blogspot
Designers Selab and Allessandro Zambelli have made a scaled-down modular Mediterranean metropolis that has taken the form of Seletti 'Palace' porcelain tableware. Comprised of six small bowls, soup bowls and plates, this unique urban supper set stacks to erect what resembles the Renaissance civic structures of Florence.

Disassembled, the Seletti 'Palace' porcelain tableware collection is just as compelling. Each dish has painted imprints of arches, pilasters, colonnades, doors and windows; however, they also house organized and symmetrical floor plans on the insides, suggesting one has actually revealed a horizontal cross-section of the building. Stats for Italian Palazzo Serving Plates Trending: Older & Mild
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