Reset Tableware by Thomas Feichtner
by Harry / September 28, 2009
Plates, bowls and glasses with tapered side walls which create an appearance of instability but is actually no less stable than conventional tableware.

"The shift of the centre of gravity toward the floor provides the necessary stability. Thomas Feichtner intentionally breaks with obligatory semantics of design. It is a break that has had a long tradition in architecture but is still provocative in design. Another unique feature is the use of identical shapes in different materials like silver, crystal and porcelain. The name 'Reset' was chosen for this collection as a sign of the new beginning of the Stamm brand. Founded in 1859, Stamm defines itself as publisher for Austrian design in combination with traditional crafts."

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