You'll notice that in-flight meals are always served in specially made compact and modular crockery, and these items have been reimagined through Sentosa by Remi Solarin.
This set of dishes takes two important qualities of airline service-ware into account, placing priority on physical features that allow easy stacking and storage, as well as nonslip surfaces for when tray tables are upset during patches of turbulence.
Instead of looking much like the kit of containers you're used to using on camping trips, this coffee cup, bowl and plate take on contemporary and qualitative characteristics. The designer played with curving lines along the smooth salver shells to avoid the bland appearance of rigid geometric forms. Great attention to detail was paid in the design of Sentosa by Remi Solarin, to ensure that even these more organic shapes could be effectively assembled and stored in small cabinetry.
Sentosa by Remi Solarin Proposes Plane-Perfect Dishes
Amelia Roblin — July 11, 2011 — Art & Design