True to the signature of this master of table craft, Ora Ito invents a collection of kitchen objects “designed to be used (and re-used).”
The futuristic aesthetics of these functional pieces is carved from opaque white plastic and translucent red, thanks to a double injection technique.
The “landscape” drainer piles up plates and cutlery on a red plastic relief virtually geological. Beveled effects and shadows finish the elegance of the objects, giving an illusion of levitation. The slim, electronic scale is similar to a touchscreen tablet ready to fly away.
Shapes and simple gestures strive to make everyday a special moment.