Breakfast club: the graduates giving us a good start to the day
Always fertile ground for invention, we look forward each year to seeing what our designers of the future might do to our everyday kitchen tools and table accessories. A graduate of the masters course in ceramic design at Budapest’s Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Lili Almássy has designed an inspired set of terracotta kitchen pots, called ‘Portion’, which feature multi-functioning vessels and lids that will squeeze you a lemon, drizzle honey, hold an egg and keep tea warm.
To find the perfect building blocks of a kitchen bar breakfast, we delved into the graduate design pot and uncovered a brush to sweep up crumbs from ÉCAL graduate Hyunjee Jung, a glass designed as part of a table setting for enjoying fermented foods and drinks by Laura Görs of Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin, and a snug water pourer, with two spout sizes, for keeping herbs hydrated, by Anna Csenge Berkes, also of Moholy-Nagy.
As originally featured in the January 2017 issue of Wallpaper* (W*214)