Joining Plates / 2008
At the Danish dinner table, the plate is the on-ly tool with no human touch while eating. During the meal, people stick to their personal tools. The rules and table manners are strict and formal. The design aims to show the sequence of a Danish meal as well as keeping the plate on the table. The bowl and plates is locked to one another and to the tablemat. With the interaction of locking the plates, it underlines and indicates the static and fixed role of the plate.
In collaboration with Rony Chan