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Stockholm Meets Kyoto: The Ceremony Set

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 08, 2013 01:05 AM
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by Sarah Lonsdale last modified Mar 07, 2013

Swedish architecture and design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune has partnered with Toronto-based Mjölk to create the Ceremony Set, a Scandinavian nod to the Japanese tea ceremony. In this Scandinavian version, the act of drinking coffee is the ritual focus, with a porcelain milk pitcher and maple lid that doubles as a dish, set on reversible hard maple trays in pure brass, copper, and blackened steel. Conceived in Stockholm, inspired by Japan, and made in Canada, it makes for a perfect marriage of form and function. For pricing details and availability, contact Mjölk directly. Above: The reversible Canadian hard maple trays shown in pure brass, blackened steel, and copper. Above: The reverse side of the board is made from Canadian hard maple made by Scott Eunson, and Adrian Kuzyk. Ceramist, Alissa Coe created the white porcelain pitcher. Above: The blackened steel tray with wooden pitcher lid that doubles as a sugar bowl. See more of our features on Mjölk, and if you are curious to learn more from owners Jon and Juli, check out their Perfect Day in Toronto . We've also profiled many of projects from Claesson Koivisto Rune , also worth persuing.






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