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LUNES by Anne-Sophie Pic, design C+B Lefebvre

Lunes is the fruit of a partnership between a woman chef, two designers and a porcelain maker – a new kind of dinner service with an extra spatial dimension.

LUNES by Anne-Sophie Pic, design C+B Lefebvre

The plates are curved into pedestals, showcasing the dish with gentle, feminine forms. Every possible presentation can be imagined with so many pieces.

 

Lunes is the fruit of a partnership between a chef, two designers and a porcelain maker-a real-life adventure that has taken tableware in a new and poetic direction, changing the way it is used. At the heart of this work is the pleasure of taste. This is accompanied by a thoughtful approach to the way we eat today, in smaller quantities, with many little accompaniments, and a constant eye for presentation.

 

Raynaud china has again surmounted the technical and industrial challenges facing the development of new forms: like other new collections, Lunes forced the company to innovate, creating new tools and changing some methods, especially when the standard sizes and diameters were stretched to their limits. This ambitious project, involving around fifty pieces, took two years to complete.

 

Lunes tableware is on display at Anne-Sophie Pic's gastronomic restaurant in Valence and on sale from Raynaud since January 2011.

 

Discover LUNES here.

 

Discover ECLIPSE, the new pattern created for the restaurant of Anne-Sophie Pic, there.

 

 

 

Photograph: Philippe Garcia

Wednesday, May the 25th, 2011