“One For All” Centerpiece
This elegant but dramatic wooden platter is sure to be a conversation starter. Naruse Inokuma Architects from Japan designed this piece to bring out the warmth of social gatherings.
Measuring at 1.2 meter long, One For All can serve an entire multi-course meal for up to four people. Each hollow section is created using full-scale mock-ups and dimensions of actual dishes.
The platter is constructed from twenty-five thin layers of maple wood, shaped with a vacuum-press mould and glued. The middle section is reinforced to increase its overall strength. Finally, polyurethane coating on the surface makes it waterproof, ensuring its durability.
Attention capturing but not loud, One For All is functional beauty.
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