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Inesa Malafej Designs a Modern Print for Christoph de la Fontaine

 - Dec 17, 2014
References: rosenthal.de & design-milk
One way to make a dinner table stand out from amongst the crowd is through the use of some beautiful patterned plates. With holiday dinners and parties happening now, it is only natural that some people would be in the market for some patterned plates right now. Those who are looking for something modern and playful will love the Unsealed designed by Inesa Malafej, one half of design studio etc.etc..

Created specifically for Christoph de la Fontaine’s Format dinnerware, the patterned plate design is full of repetitive shapes including triangles and dots. These shapes are expertly layered to give the illusion of fabric. Design Milk writes, "Malafej’s goal was to create a pattern that didn’t hide the beauty of the porcelain, but instead, brought it out."