ME dinner set by moak and emma eijkeren combines dutch and colombian design ME dinner set by moak and emma eijkeren combines dutch and colombian design
jul 28, 2016

ME dinner set by moak and emma eijkeren combines dutch and colombian design

 

‘ME dinner set’ is a selection of food containers which can be assembled to form a portable carryall. each compartment serves a different function, combining various kitchen appliances into one singular design. the assortment is held together by a leather strap and metal structure which connects the two main ceramic bowls and complimentary items. 


the individual bowls

 

 

 

the set can be used indoors and outdoors, as a BBQ or even a fondue set. the bowl situated at the top of the group, is made from a red stone clay which allows you to roast different foods on top of the surface. the wooden lid which is placed above acts as a chopping board. the last compartment can be used to store sauces, breads and other foods. the middle section includes space for a complimentary picnic blanket, allowing the user to bring everything they need in one single package. 

 

 

the ‘ME dinner set’ 

 

 

the collection was designed under the MTic-design project – an exchange program between the netherlands and colombia with a specific focus on product design. the program brought together designer emma vaneijkeren from the netherlands and moak studio from colombia. this unique partnership combined different methods, asthetic styles and materials from both cultures which resulted in the ‘ME dinner set’.’ the duo aimed to create a piece which would bring friends and families together to cook, and to share, creating a versatile product for any occasion.


the design allows the user to bring everything they need in one single package


each compartment serves a different function


indoor use


the ‘ME dinner set’ can be used as a fondue set


it can be used as a small BBQ


food sharing 


outdoor use 


the assortment is held together by a leather strap and metal structure


detail

 

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: hollie smith | designboom

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