The Jellies Collection by Patricia Urquiola was recently presented at the Milan Design Week 2014. Inspired by her more youthful days, Urquiola created this set in a state of nostalgia, and the result is transparent tableware made out of polycarbonate.
The pieces do have a slightly older aesthetic, similar to items found from the 1950s or 60s. Each piece has its own distinct pattern that makes no two dishes alike. The great part about the Jellies Collection is just how much variety is available. Patricia Urquiola has made everything from smaller dishes to bowls and even carafes, all made from this same transparent material.
For anyone going for a slightly vintage look in their home, these pieces of tableware will add that much-needed, old-school touch.
Photo Credits: designboom, patriciaurquiola
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