Many designers have attempted to create new objects to make dining safer and easier during the coronavirus pandemic.
Pentatonic studio collaborated with singer Pharrell Williams’ creative brand I Am Other to create the Pebble portable and compact cutlery set made from recycled CDs.
Other designers, like Christophe Gernigon, proposed transparent, plexiglass hoods be suspended above tables like lampshades for people to sit underneath while eating and drinking.
Croatian studio Boir has designed a conceptual tableware collection for dining during the coronavirus pandemic, featuring a series of steel and stone objects that enable food sharing at a safe distance.
The tableware collection, called The New Normal, comprises five items, including a bread basket divided by a barrier and long spoons that enable couples to feed each other from a distance.
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