It is important for the aesthetics of restaurant tableware to match the vibe of the dining establishment itself. A great example of a perfectly stuck balance is this collection of sand- and mineral-made designs by Norwegian creative studio Ment.
The one-of-a-kind restaurant tableware is surely intrinsically interesting by way of its composition. The pieces are also specifically designed for the recently debuted underwater restaurant in Norway. Conceived by studio Snøhetta, the unique dining establishment has truly captured the attention of the community.
The masterfully handcrafted restaurant tableware will serve Under's 18-course menu. The collection of sand- and mineral-made vessels extends to 17 distinct silhouettes. The underwater dining establishment received 500 items which were made by Sisters Ingvild and Sidsel Forr Hemma who are the founders of the Norwegian studio Ment.
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