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Origami Shikki

Origami Shikki is a lacquer ware (paper plate) made of Japanese paper (Washi). The design is a fusion of origami techniques and traditional Japanese technology. Unlike conventional paper plates, the lacquer treatment makes them waterproof and durable, and they can be washed and reused over and over again. Origami Shikki's geometric designs are created using the Origami technique of folding from a single sheet of paper. The paper used for Origami Shikki is made using the traditional Echizen Washi technique, which produces a unique pattern on the surface of the plate.

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Water Droplet

The harmony of water and fire, united by earth: ceramics, a product of water, fire, and earth, relies heavily on water during its production and use. Water makes ceramics mellow, while ceramics make water lively. The work includes a coffee pot, coffee cups, saucers, and a fruit plate. The design of the work takes water as its source and showcases its different forms, including roundness, fullness, and flow.

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The Finn

The Finn was designed as the ultimate tasting glass for the whiskey aficionado, where every element has been carefully conceived to allow the drinker to taste and nose the whiskey. The stem allows the drinker to elevate the whiskey, toast and proceed to nosing with optimal control, whilst the thicker glass density ensures the environment has no effect on the temperature of the whiskey. The Vortex Point, bulb and chicane come together to remove the ethanol vapour, ensuring the drinker can detect every layer of flavour and aroma that have developed through decades of time, craft and skill.

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Magpie

This magpie thermo jug is intended to arouse public awareness of environmental protection. With two optional sizes, the small size contains up to 0.95L and the large size contains up to 1.6L, this series can meet the daily needs of families. Retaining the key components of traditional Chinese aesthetics, this jug looks unique and modernist which is considered a good fit for modern homes. The impressive craft and safe materials coincide with the quality improvement consciousness of this brand.

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Island

Island glass was inspired by Korean islands, Dokdo and Ulleungdo. The inspiration came from the bottom of the glass after viewing the flipped-down soju glass on the table. Soju is the most popular Korean liquor. The glass shape consists of a streamline based on the shape of the Korean language at the bottom of the glass. The shape engraves an image of a floating island on the ocean when the Island Glass is displayed. The material consists of an unleaded crystal that expresses clear texture and delicate details and at the same time manufactured harmlessly to the human body and environment.

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Plycelain

Plycelain -a term coined by Yuting Chang combining plywood and porcelain- is a collection of multilayered slip casting drinkware. Chang creates a contemporary version of blue and white ware through applying slip casting, the mass-production technique of ceramics. By adapting the process of slip casting, layers form, and subtle blue lines are exposed on the cut surfaces, which emphasize the beautiful relationship between assembled parts.

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World's greatest design teams.

Sometimes you need a very big team of talented designers to come up with truly great designs. Everyday, we feature a distinct award-winning innovative and creative design team. Explore and discover original and creative architecture, good design, fashion, graphics design and design strategy projects from design teams worldwide. Get inspired by the original works by grand master designers.

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