Eat Something Sexy

The Afrodite aims at igniting passion with its range of sensual cookware. Based on the idea that food cooked with love and passion is a personal representation of us, it looks at delving into a journey filled with discovering pleasure in a unique way. Homage to the Greek goddess of love and beauty, the set is a refreshing new approach to culinary bliss.

  • Afrodite is made of three elements thought both for cooking and tasting to create a unique experience of playfulness, complicity, intimacy and Eros.
  • Afrodite jug (pot), Afrodite pan and Afrodite spoon (little saucepan for interactive, sensual games).
  • Afrodite accessories: Mr Championglove (potholder for him inspired by boxing gloves), Lady Seductiveglove (inspired by the elegant and feminine gloves of the ’30s) and What’s Inside, potholder with a pocket where you can insert dinner invitations or love notes.
  • The Lovers, Mr. Fork and Miss Spoon, a set of cutlery inspired by the contrasting shapes of the sinuous curves of the female body with those of a more tense and vigorous masculine shape.
  • The collection is completed with a recipe book indexed by moods to create magical atmospheres and satisfy different cravings. Each mood allows the preparation of an entire course based on aphrodisiac ingredients.
  • Containers in die-cast aluminum allow seductive curves, in combination with Bakelite handles for more tense forms.
  • A precious chromatic color way was chosen for Afrodite: Gold Dionysus; a combination of the intoxicating shades of red wine with the preciousness of golden honey; the nectar of the gods.

In Collaboration: IED-Istituto europeo di design Milano and Company TVS

Designers: spooon – Monica Albini, Benedetta Leonardi & Cara Judd

7 Comments

  • James says:

    Thought these looked lovely. Almost like a contemporary Japanese style of kitchen containers…..that was until I saw the photos of it in use. Oh dear, I’m not sure if those sorts of items were designed to be used in the way they have depicted in the photos but if they are, they don’t work at all. Not only do the models look awkward and forced when holding / them, they look hilarious trying to put them in context and it just doesn’t work.

    When marketing these, let people make up their own mind of how to use them and leave out the working shots.

  • Jimmy C says:

    Interesting look, but not very functional. You achieved what you wanted, and it’s great, but it’s not something I’d buy.

  • Janice Judd says:

    I would love to have a sexy Afrodite set.

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