Artist Joe Doucet produces an innovative dining set for an exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum. The collection, which includes a range of knobbly cookware, utensils, serving and food storage units, is conceived with the future in mind. Dubbed 'Tablescapes: Designs for Dining,' the project is an exploration into the possible implications for kitchen equipment as the 21st century progresses.
Each object in the innovative dining set is created with a 3D-printing technique. The pieces are made to be multifunctional as the collection is "designed with limited resources in mind." With the creation of hybrid homeware, individuals are capable of adapting to restricted environments through smart design and sustainability-focused production practices.
Photo Credits: Donatello Arm