Chef Guy Savoy and designer Bruno Moretti have redesigned tableware as a perfect match between design and cuisine. The result is this collection for the Monnaie de Paris restaurant, quai de Conti. Its originality, subtly but surely, creates a harmony between the recipient and the content highlighting each dish.
This product line was created at the request of Jean-Louis Costes for the hotel and brasseries within the Costes group. This series of pieces launched the trend for “finger food” in Paris. Highly practical yet elegant at the same time, the collection makes room only for the essential.
The delicate design of this new collection combines various influences: the light effects of the rice paper Japanese screens, the art of origami folding, the braiding and caning of the furniture of the 50s, not to mention the 3D graphics offered by the new technologies. The result is an unprecedent subtle effect of a rigorously geometric pattern taken in twisted momentum. Engraved on the rim of the plates and on the outside of the various pieces of the collection, it is the light that reveals the alternation of matt and shining rendering giving a vibrant radiance that enlivens the whiteness of porcelain.