"Chef's kit" is a set of separate porcelain elements of different size and shape, designed primarily for "haute-couture" dining experiences in restaurants and private houses. According to the dishes cooked, one can choose elements from the set and assemble them on the surface of the plate. Diverse range of borders, containers and enclosures allows not only to divide the surface of the plate in zones and to prevent mixing of incompatible parts of the course but they also help to create an original composition. Arrangements of the elements are only limited by one's imagination and will never make either chef or consumer bored.
Conceptually, a construction set of open forms and borders is challenging traditional approach of a single-purpose solid plate. This innovation in tableware in turn triggers innovation in food design, as endless combinations of elements unleash creativity of the cook and contribute to creation of new types of food.
The collection was made as a part of the "Serving forms" project - a collaboration between Bergen National Academy of the Arts and Porsgrund Porcelain Factory (Norway), supervised by Marek Cecula, Anthony Quinn and Kari Skoe Fredriksen.