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Tabletop: John Pawson Dinnerware and Glassware

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Tabletop: John Pawson Dinnerware and Glassware

Julie Carlson April 29, 2009

 Perfect for the new age of austerity: the theory behind John Pawson’s dinner and glassware designs for Belgian company When Objects Work is that you only need one perfect plate, bowl, and glass. "The origins of this collection of objects lie in the Cistercian monastery in Bohemia designed by John Pawson and the idea of creating a set of essential equipment for the monks’ refectory."

Above: John Pawson Flatware; $94 per stainless steel place setting, sold in sets of six place settings for $564 at Fitzsu Society.

Above: White Serving Bowl; 10 inches in diameter,  made of glazed ceramic; $198 at Fitzsu Society.

Above: John Pawson Water Glass; set of six for $228.

Above: John Pawson Ceramic Coffee Cup; $52 each at Fitzsu Society.

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