Designer Johanna Hartzheim here explores in two kitchen items my favorite thing in the whole world: Simplicity. We’ve got here (as the title suggests) a sugar pot and a honey pot, pot and pot. Exciting! Both items in question were explored as far as their context of usage, their situation at the dinner table, and their formal integration (the normal stuff such as materials, functions, and yes! Symbolism.)
Don’t worry! Limited philosophy included.
The honey pot: like a bottle of bubbles, this honey pot includes the distribution tool. Avoiding the usual stickiness of the tool and the cap, they’re made into one single thing. And the whole thing looks like a drop.
The sugar pot: it’s made of beechwood! Which is pretty by itself, but then when you take the top off, it’s a stunning medium blue! Oh and philosophically, their forms flow in a beautifully environment enriching flow of the mind to the cap to the spoon to the sugar.
Designer: Johanna Hartzheim
Photographic Credit: Véronique Hughe