British designer duo Doshi Levien has designed a range of cooking utensils for people interested in World cuisine. The tagine (below) and karhai (above) are part of the Mosaic range for Tefal. The project translates authentic characteristics of Asian, Moroccan and Latin American cookware into products suitable for contemporary living. The designers wanted to redefine non-stick coating as a prestigious material, moving away from its association with the short-lived and disposable. Their intention was to make the mass-produced to feel custom-made.
The bottoms of the designs all have beautiful screen printed pattern. Click here to go to Doshi Levien’s website where you can find more information and see the rest of their work.
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