Salt & Pepper Shaker Spoon by Wei Wu

Salt & Pepper Shaker Spoon by Wei Wu

The concept of this condiment container is derived from spoon. When the condiment in it is used up, the spoon shape of the pot allows you to scoop more condiments from a large pot very easily. Then, you replace the cover to turn the container into a condiment pot again. Usage is also easy. You use it just like shake a spoon.

0 Designer: Wei Wu

K-wine - Finger Food Wine Plate by Matteo Bertanelli & Michele Di Monte

K-wine – Finger Food Wine Plate by Matteo Bertanelli & Michele Di Monte

How many times during a cocktail, a reception or a party, food & beverage are served as a buffet and everybody eat standing up. The problem is that most of the time it’s difficult to find out a spot where you can put the plate together with the glass of wine and normally people remain limited in movements and connections. K-wine is an elegant plate especially made for finger-food and studied to redefine the way to serve wines.

0 Designer: Matteo Bertanelli & Michele Di Monte

Iho - Table Fountain by Sebastien Rouville

Iho – Table Fountain by Sebastien Rouville

Iho is a table fountain inspired by genuine old garden pumps. This project answers to a need of not cluttering up the table and protecting social interaction. The concept can be used at home but in professional environment as well. It offers a big reserve of water in being hidden under the table. The pump’s body is designed to be mold in aluminum. The stainless tank can contain 3 liters of water or welcome a mineral water bottle.

Veil Coffee Set by Hugo Danti

Veil Coffee Set by Hugo Danti

Serving coffee after dinner or during a social gathering has most of the times a formal character. Veil is style, formal aesthetics, and elegance translated into sober and fashion ceramic objects. Small and concise illustrative motives of vintage patterns have been applied so that combined with the modern design of the pieces, makes them fit to be used in any social situation. This service has coffee cup/plate, sugar bowl and a milk recipient.

0 Designer: Hugo Danti

Eva Solo 2007 Spring/Summer Collection by Henrik Holbaek & Claus Jensen

Eva Solo 2007 Spring/Summer Collection by Henrik Holbaek & Claus Jensen

Design brand Eva Solo just introduced their 2007 Spring/Summer Collection. Bird Box that has changeable entrance hole to match different sized birds, Oil Lamp to supplement your outdoor furniture and Fridge Carafe designed in a simple, classic milk bottle shape to fit neatly into the fridge door. The collection will be available in stores from May 2007.

0 Designer: Henrik Holbaek & Claus Jensen

Smile Mug by Yu Guoqun

Smile Mug by Yu Guoqun

Smile is the best media of conveying kindness and appreciation, so the designer added a raised smile-face at a mug’s bottom, the face could be painted with diverse colours. When you lift a Smile mug to drink, other people would be pleased by seeing the smile-face. It’s a new way of expressing your appreciation to the people who prepared the meal for you; even if you’re sad you also can convey your ‘happiness’ with the Smile.

0 Designer: Yu Guoqun

Cutlery by Ferran Adria

Cutlery by Ferran Adria

The gastronomic concoctions of Spanish super-chef, Ferran Adria have never been for the faint of heart, so it will be no surprise that a new cutlery collection conceived by the maverick masterchef presents something of a challenge to dining convention. Responding to the growing demand for tools that enhance the Adria-style culinary experience, the chef and his team have collaborated with a team of designers headed by Luki Uber to produce a whole range of kitchen and tableware, part of which is this line of innovative cutlery.

0 Designer: Ferran Adria

Yes No Maybe Martini Glass by Michael Roller

Yes No Maybe Martini Glass by Michael Roller

Yes, No, Maybe amplifies the romantic subtext of the perfect martini experience. The design possesses qualities of nonverbal communication, giving the martini a body language and a sense of humor. An asymmetrical variation on the classic martini glass gives Yes, No, Maybe its character. Through its positioning, the glass can lean in or back off from another. When two people flirt, one glass can chase the other.

0 Designer: Michael Roller

Last Drop Martini Glass by Lee Fain

Last Drop Martini Glass by Lee Fain

The idea behind this concept is, good to the last drop. A dark blue “Gin Droplet” is suspended in the middle of the glass thus, enabling the user to have an eternal experience of the “last drop”. I wanted the glass to look like it was being attracted to the bottle. Raw material include tinted blue glass with a dark smoke gradient, 24k gold rim and a cap base.

0 Designer: Lee Fain

Ready-to-eat by Corina Zuberbuhler

Ready-to-eat by Corina Zuberbuhler

A frame serves as a fastener for three food dishes, which can then be safety transported to the desired location. Using Ready-to-Eat, you can eat whenever and wherever comfortably without a table. Simply place the frame on your knees and start eating.

0 Designer: Corina Zuberbuhler

Wine In a Can by Jens Andersson & Jonas Forsman

Wine In a Can by Jens Andersson & Jonas Forsman

“Wine in a can” makes it simple to bring a glass of wine on the go. Avoid the hassle of wineglasses, opener and fragile bottle. This is a small convenient packaging totally made from aluminum, from which you drink like a glass. The cans are recycled in the same way as conventional aluminum cans.

0 Designer: Jens Andersson & Jonas Forsman

Last Meal by Erik Strom & Steve Bowden

Last Meal by Erik Strom & Steve Bowden

In an exploration of potential museum experiences, the museum of capital punishment was invented. aolast mealsa is an installation that attempts to bring first hand experience to the table through 310 unique portraits of those executed in the state of Texas. The contents of the menu are comprised of the actual meals requested by prisoners killed on death row thus far.

0 Designer: Erik Strom & Steve Bowden

Martini Rose Glass by Yong Jieyu

Martini Rose Glass by Yong Jieyu

The elixir of life from the petals of a frozen rose’ was the imagery that inspired this design. It was to bring out the class and elegance of Bombay Sapphire. A single piece of glass is curled up into the shape of a petal, forming the vessel. Heat from the glass itself seals and prevents leakage. The detachable base is designed to look like a puddle of melting ice.

0 Designer: Yong Jieyu