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Rosenthal 3Acts by Hiromichi Konno

Rosenthal 3Acts by Hiromichi Konno
Rosenthal 3Acts by Hiromichi Konno

The unique costumes from Oskar Schlemmer’s Triadic Ballet inspired Japanese designer Hiromichi Konno to create his own triadic dance out of porcelain, which incorporates a few important aspects of life: food, storage and decoration. Thanks to the combination of basic shapes and their stackability (fitting inside as well as on top of one another), the three bowls and matching plate create the illusion of a moving body, serving as everyday objects and a piece of art all in one. Form, colour, movement and function have a mutual impact – much like in Schlemmer’s ballet – and provide new choreography for the table and the interior.



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