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Tray Alice

€170.00

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Tray Alice

€170.00

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  • Tray in 18/10 stainless steel.

    Height (cm):  2.50
    Length (cm):  51.00
    Width (cm):  36.00
Design Odile Decq
  • Odile Decq

    Odile Decq studied architecture at the Universities of Rennes and Paris. She is one of the few women architects to have received some of the most prestigious awards in her profession, from the Golden......

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A new kind gesture for bringing something on a tray!
Alice
Alice is designed by Odile Decq. Odile Decq is known around the world for a unique architectural style rich in tension-creating viewpoints and perspectives, shifts, movement and a dynamic vision, all of which can also be found in this new work. The surface of the Tray becomes an expressive space resulting from the intersection of lines and planes which appear to originate from different perspectives. The Alice tray also introduces a new way of serving, with a shape that invites users to hold it with their hands in an asymmetrical position, one in front of the other.