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Mix Culture

Inspired by the cross cultural character of contemporary society, the Mix Culture range of tableware serves the needs of both the western and the oriental menu.

By: Studioroom906

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View of the Mix Culture range of tableware.

Project Details

  • Project Name: Mix Culture
  • Project Type: Tableware Design
  • Principal Designer: Nicolas Cheng
  • Date of commencement of project: December 2005
  • Date of completion of project: June 2006
  • Usage environment: Home
  • Dimensions: Height 400mm Width 150mm Depth 150mm

Architecture-Page | Mix Culture by Studioroom906
The tableware serves the needs of both the western and the oriental menu.

The Product

The oriental kitchen has become highly popular in the West, but most homes are not equipped with any traditional oriental services with the exception of chopstick.

Mix Culture is an expression of a union of eastern and western culture on the table. A set of mixed culture utensils is thus designed having different functions and characters when used separately.

However when stacked together, these represent the mixed character of the western palate and emerge also as a decorative centerpiece on the table.

The range provides for soup bowls, rice bowls, tea cups, egg holders, teapot and plates.


  • Text: Courtesy of the designer
  • Photographs: Courtesy of the designer
  • Compiled and edited by Varun Ajani

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