British architect Norman Foster used a combination of stainless steel, porcelain and glass to create this tea sett for Danish brand Stelton
Foster's collection features a selection of stainless steel tableware for evening use, including wine goblets, a carafe, bowls and a tray..
These are joined by coffee cups, a sugar bowl, a thermos flask and a water jug made from porcelain and glass.
While the material differs, the collection is joined together through the use of soft, rounded silhouettes – which Foster describes as "power of the curve".
Only one left on Sale
- Size Description
Width 5 cm
Length 6 cm
Born in 1935 in Manchester, England, Sir Norman Foster is an award-winning and prolific British architect known for sleek, modern designs of steel and glass with innovations in contouring and inner space management. He was part of the architectural group Team 4 before branching off on his own to form what would eventually be known as Foster + Partners. Foster earned acclaim for his design of the Willis Faber & Dumas headquarters in the early '70s and was later responsible for the updated Reichstag in Berlin after the reunification of Germany as well as the Hearst Tower in New York City. His design practice has overseen an array of heralded structures around the globe.