Original and clever serving dishes make a last impression when you are entertaining.
Cucumber, melon and Tomato dish series designed by Willem Noyons clearly qualifies as distinctive pieces. Let’s examine the versatility of the tomato dish.
The pictures tell the story. The cover preserves the freshness of the cut vegetables or it becomes as a serving bowl. The possibilities are endless. For once, someone taught about an integrated pick holder.
The cucumber dish stacks two dipping bowls that can be separated. Whole honeydew melons and cantaloupes stand tall at the center of the melon dish. But do not be fool by these names; you can serve whatever you want in these neat plates.
Not your typical candle holder
Often called Fruit & Fire, Candle Dish really extends the limit of imagination. Candle Dish is a candelabrum that becomes a fruit bowl when you flip it over. Often we do not know what to do with our candle holder when not in use. Having no free storage space in your cabinet is not a problem anymore. Just use Candle Dish as a bowl for your citrus fruits, apples, pears and more.
Design products are a reflection of our living condition. Naturally it is easier to spot the key factors if you visited a country. That is why I usually reserved some time to visit small design and home accessories shops when I go to vacation.
The lack of space in Netherlands pushes their designers to create double duty objects and furniture. On my book, that fact alone is making them eco-friendly.
About Atelier Willem Noyons
Located in Utrecht, Netherlands, Atelier Studio Willem Noyons designs and produces graphic and three-dimensional work since 1982. Our projects are characterized by a conceptual way of approach and imagination on a realistic budget. Some pieces were designed exclusively for our clients. A consumer line is sold in stores and museum shops or through their Web site.
Buy online: Candle Dish by Willem Noyons available at Generate – price : $119 USD
Distribution: Catalogue of Willem Noyons distributed by Goods
Learn more: English-speaking Web site of Willem Noyons