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a tableware collection that questions the "landscape of dining". inspired by the popularity of geography & topographic maps as a media of visual communication. made up of cups, plates, bowls, place mats & a tablecloth, the collection explores the visual landscape of dining by using outlines & descriptions to illustrate the eating experience, making it feel like a journey.

[link: topoware.org & flickr.com|via mocoloco.com]




These remind me of this topographic sink from Gore Design Co. from a few months back. You could complete the whole look across your entire house.

Tue 17 Jul 2007 at 2:27 AM

Great work, though I think it'd be more compelling if the topo lines actually reflected the topography of the flatware. What if the table cloth could respond to bending to show changes in topography?

Tue 17 Jul 2007 at 4:57 AM
s r moon

I mean the topography of the ceramics, not the flatware. Apologies.

Tue 17 Jul 2007 at 4:59 AM
s r moon

Thanks for posting this here!

> srmoon: you'll notice that the topographical lines actually denote different portions and their connotations on the tableware:
one says: very hungry, hungry, full
a second: dad, mom, child
so it's not only about the use of a geographical visual but what it means in the eating experience.

Tue 17 Jul 2007 at 5:38 AM
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