Norman Foster Dish
This Norman Foster dish brings together simple sculptural form and soft geometry, to create an exceptionally crafted piece of tableware.
|Dimensions||46 x 3.5cm|
|Fabric & material||Steel|
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Updated 19 May 2020
We are delivering! Enjoy free shipping on orders above £50. £5.95 P&P for orders below £50. International delivery will be calculated at Checkout. The Royal Academy is temporarily closed, Collection is not available at this time.
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This dish is part of a collaborative collection by Shelton and the world-famous British architect Lord Norman Foster for 2018.
The range has an eclectic approach to materiality. From an understated, yet refined set of stainless steel tableware, featuring wine goblets, carafe, bowls, and tray for the evening, to a more informal range of porcelain and glass coffee cups, sugar bowl, thermos and water carafe, the objects are designed for a wide range of settings and purposes.
Norman Foster is Executive Chairman and Founder of Foster + Partners, one of the most influential architectural design firms shaping cities across the world, known for projects such as Reichstag: New German Parliament, The Great Court at the British Museum and the Millau Viaduct.
His designs for the new Stelton range bring together simple sculptural form and soft geometry, to create exceptionally crafted tableware for a wide range of settings. From wine carafes to espresso cups, each object is a response to its specific function, while embodying a shared language.