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Seasons by Nao Tamura wins the Salone Satellite Award


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Seasons, a functional kitchen and serving ware designed by Nao Tamura, has won the Salone Satellite Award at Milan Design Week 2010.


The plates are inspired by Japanese customary traditions of using leaves as decorateive objects in the presentation of food. In the Spring, cherry tree leaves are used to wrap sweets. In Autunm, fallen folliage is used to decorate the table. Leaves are also used as dividers when presenting an assortment of dishes.


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2 comments

1 Masako { 04.23.10 at 9:05 pm }

Such, a gorgeous piece!!! I love everything about it♥

2 Masako { 04.23.10 at 4:05 pm }

Such, a gorgeous piece!!! I love everything about it♥