Ceramic for Mix - Florian Dussopt Design Studio
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Ceramic for Mix

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About This Project

RED DOT DESIGN CONCEPT AWARD
“Ceramic for mix

The project aims at introducing a new way of drinking tea or another warm drink (with sugars), replacing the spoon. Ceramic ball is the simplest shape, where this hygienical and qualitative material finds its place.

 

The ball is put into a glass built with special shapes. Then we have to pour some infused tea into it for exemple : the liquid pushes the ball, and invites users to move it by moving the glass. The ceramic ball comes to mix all various sugars, ringing the glass at the same time. When we drink, this ball is blocked by the gravity in the recess of the glass, moreover than its shape is too big to be ingested.

 

This is a different and amusing way to use ceramic.

Function creates an new gestural and aesthetic appeal.”

by Florian Dussopt + Jérémie Reneau

thanks to

CIAV, Centre International d’Art Verrier / glassblower


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Cité du Design St Etienne-Brasil
Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil São Paulo
São Paulo, Brazil
from 30/11/2009 to 31/01/2010

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Cité du Design St Etienne-Brasil
Centro Cultural Teatro Guaíra
Curitiba, Brazil
from 22/10 to 21/11/2009

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Cité du Design St Etienne-Brasil
Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
from 03/09 to 04/10/2009

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Cité du Design St Etienne-Brasil
Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil Brasília
Brasília, Brazil
from 13/07 to 23/08/2009

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At
Singapore Design Week
Red dot design museum
december, 2007

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At
Design map
Fabrique 5000, St Etienne, FRANCE
from october 17 – 28, 2007

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London Design Festival
Designersblock / Designboom
co/The Nicholls & Clarke Buildings
3-10 Shoreditch High Street
from september 19 – 23, 2007

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