Design and production
Studio Liane Castermans, 2015
This multicultural tableware is based on the Belgian and Moroccan food culture. The whole consists of a cake platter, plates, cups and napkins where both cultures are combined in to one product. Through the shapes and material used, both cultures can tell their own story and share the accurate information. With this, you can subtly start conversations and through this the process of acceptation becomes a central place in these objects.
MOROCCO - Mint tea is an absolute tradition in Moroccan culture. The cup resembles the typical tea glass with a rim around it in a metal construction
six to be able to transport. It is also called the "poor" 's tea glass. It was always produced with recycled glass and had no decoration.