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Solaz / Tableware

Solaz
Solaz

Nowadays in most homes, the television is in the dinning room, in front of the table where the family eats dinner. This habit make their kids stop paying attention to their food and consequence of this is that the don’t finish their meal.The goal is to make the child more interested in their food rather than the t.v, avoiding being distracted during lunchtime, all this through an interactive tableware.
The ceramic set is composed of: two flat plates with divisions (to make easier the fruit or vegetables colour classification) above of a wood base, two dressing bowls as well as seeds bowl, and a wood dice, each side has a different color.

University

Student at Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Spueriores de Monterrey en Puebla

Student at Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Spueriores de Monterrey en Puebla
Puebla, Mexico

Dominik Daniel Bini Falconi,
Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Spueriores de Monterrey en Puebla

Denisse Ojeda Rodríguez,
Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Spueriores de Monterrey en Puebla

Emma Laura Morales Rodríguez,
Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Spueriores de Monterrey en Puebla