designer's own words:milk jug and sugar bowl This piece emerged from my studies. The service includes two bodies, one for milk, one for sugar. Moreover there is a sugarspoon. The milk jug and the sugar bowl with the spoon compose a couple, visually. Their shape, colour and materiality underline their togetherness. The sugar bowl and the milk jug are based on the shape of a hemisphere. The milk jug has two spouts. These can be used as spout, or serve as a grip. The two spouts are symmetrically arranged. The milk can be poured out on both sides of the jug. The jug does not force the user, to lift it from a specific area. You can take the entire body into your palm. The sugar bowl has the shape of a hemisphere, which gets a little bit wider at the top. The bowl is slightly larger than the body of the milk jug. The shape of the sugar spoon picks up the shape of the spouts. It has a long drawn organic form, which narrows at the end. I have consciously chosen the bowl shape of objects. I like the fact, that the two bodies do not stand still on the table, but move and tumble. Thus, the milk jug and sugar bowl have an active role. Their round, organic shapes invite to touch the bodies. Since both vessels have no grips, the user will act different: One can lift the bodies up, hold them, touch them, before using their content.