Dining room ideas gives the best dining room inspirations from the best interior designers. This time, designer Marcel Wanders shares his dining room table collection for Vista Alegre, a Portuguese dining room set brand.
What do you know about porcelain? A ceramic product porcelain is achieved by heating materials. Distinguished by the quality of its raw materials, dining room table sets by Vista Alegre are characterised by their whiteness and resistance, and their bright and uniform glaze. With a Portuguese history that dates back to the 1800s, the Vista Alegre brand has become renown for its investment in luxurious innovation and artisan design.
In collaboration with Vista Alegre, Marcel Wanders presents a choice selection of exquisite pieces. The items, which are very symmetrical with sculptural elements, highlight the Dutch heritage of the Delft Blue, creating the ornament of the pieces. Within each piece, everyone can experience the mingling of two cultural histories and countries as the Dutch Delft Blue and the Cobalt Blue share heritage of past ages and forge a new language and artistic expression.
The dining room table sets that are serving as the launch for the complete Blue Ming collection include: the big tea cup and saucer, the espresso cup and saucer tea pot and sugar pot, a fruit bowl and soup terrine. Besides, the Blue Ming collection features a candleholder and the flower vase, which are more sculptural iconic pieces that offer unique versatility. In addition to a candle, it can be used to hold a flower, or it can work as an iconic piece to dining room decor. The borders of these pieces reveal different patterns and when stacked, you experience all their richness in a re-interpretation of the traditional Delft Blue.
The partnership between the product designer Marcel Wanders and Portuguese porcelain brand Vista Alegre brings together two iconic creators of craft and design. For Marcel Wanders the collaboration with Vista Alegre represents the chance to work with a manufacturer that shares his ability to continually evolve and adapt to social and aesthetic changes.