Food Work by Kristine Bjaadal is a collection of kitchenware made for the the exhibition of the same name, which was put together by Torbjørn Anderssen and Espen Voll. Joining eight other talented Norwegian designers, Bjaadal has created a series of minimalist and organic objects that people will want to get their hands on as soon as they lay eyes on them. Considering that this is the same woman who created the Underfull Tablecloth, that shouldn't be surprising at all.
Showing at the Tokyo Midtown Hall, Food Work by Kristine Bjaadal is comprised of four pieces. Siska is a French press coffee maker, Svale is a cup and tray, Cloche is a server while Keepsake is a capsule.
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