'piao' fine bone china dinner set by yungho chang
'piao' fine bone china dinner set by yungho chang 'piao' fine bone china dinner set by yungho chang
jan 14, 2009

'piao' fine bone china dinner set by yungho chang

‘piao’ dinner set

chinese architect yung ho chang recently pursued a new avenue, exploring the world of ceramics. ‘piao’ is a new porcelain set that was designed and developed by yungho and his firm atelier FCJZ. the set includes various sizes of sliced gourd shapes as bowls and dishes. they can be arranged in their complete form with accompanying stainless steel stands.

‘piao’ dinner set – detail

‘piao’ dinner set – detail ‘piao’ dinner set – attached with rods

‘piao’ dinner set – attached with rods ‘piao’ dinner set – attached with rods ‘piao’ dinner set – making process

‘piao’ dinner set – making process

more: yungho chang architects: http://www.fcjz.com jia: http://www.jia-inc.com credits project: hulu project clients: jia inc. completion: 2008 principal: yungho chang              project architect: james shen project team: guo qingmin photographs: atelier FCJZ

related: yung ho chang: next gene 20 ‘triptych’ house

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